To Topic-Graph

-1 Topic selected

People

PeopleLocationsStatistics

Suau-Sanchez, Pere

Open University of Catalonia

in Cooperation with on an Cooperation-Score of 37%

Publications

Places of action

Graph Shared Publication
Bråthen, Svein - 2 publications, 1 shared
Mwesiumo, Deodat - 1 publications, 1 shared
Budd, Thomas - 4 publications, 1 shared
Halpern, Nigel - 3 publications, 1 shared
Sismanidou Amadeus, Athina - 4 publications, 1 shared
Tarradellas, Joan - 1 publications, 1 shared
Wendt, Philippe - 1 publications, 1 shared
Voltes-Dorta, Augusto - 12 publications, 8 shared
Piltz, Christopher - 1 publications, 1 shared
Rodriguez-Deniz, Hector - 5 publications, 5 shared
Malighetti, Paolo - 27 publications, 1 shared
Redondi, Renato - 34 publications, 1 shared
Zeigler, P. - 1 publications, 1 shared
Pagliari, R. - 1 publications, 1 shared
Budd, T. - 1 publications, 1 shared
Period of publication
2021
2020
2019
2017
2016
2013

article

Measuring the potential for self-connectivity in global air transport markets: Implications for airports and airlines

  • Suau-Sanchez, Pere
  • Voltes-Dorta, Augusto
  • Rodriguez-Deniz, Hector
Abstract

One of the strategies that air travellers employ to save money is self-connectivity, i.e. travelling with a combination of tickets where the airline/s involved do not handle the transfer themselves. Both airports and airlines, particularly low-cost carriers, have recently started catering to the needs of this type of passengers with the introduction of transfer fees or the development of self-connection platforms. The evidence provided by the existing literature, however, suggests that the degree of implementation of these strategies falls short of its true potential. In order to investigate how much self-connectivity could be observed in global air transport markets, this paper develops a forecasting model based on a zero-inflated Poisson regression on MIDT data. We identify the airports that have the highest potential to facilitate self-connections, as well as the factors that hinder or facilitate the necessary airline agreements at major locations. The results from this paper have many implications in regards to the widespread implementation of self-connection services and the future of the air travel industry

Topics
  • air traffic
  • connectivity
  • forecasting model
  • vehicle occupant
  • data
  • passenger
  • regression analysis
  • fee
  • consensus
  • airport
  • airline
  • air shipment
  • air transportation
  • air travel
  • ticket
  • air transport market