Issue 10

Editor’s Letter

President’s Speech

The Vulnerability of Multi Airport Systems
Lessons for New Airport Planners. This first part gives an introduction on multi airport systems as well as an overview of current developments.

The Graduate:  Irma Essers

Easy Cyberspace airfare shopping with easySabre

Times have changed with the arrival of the Internet. For airlines, the Internet has opened the possibility to sell their tickets on-line. The advantages of the most widely used CRS that is also accessible in the Internet are explained.

Study Trip:    Florida

Airlines of the World: Lufthansa.

The Deutsche Lufthansa is one of the ten largest airlines in the world. The Group employs a staff of over 58,000 worldwide. Nearly 300 passenger planes strong, last year Lufthansa carried more than 40 million passengers overall. By Hubert Croes

Thank You for Flying KLM / ALM
Beautiful bounty beaches, piña coladas, sunshine, and an interesting task? What else would you dream of. Jeroen Graafland flew to the Dutch Caribbean and had it all!

The IVVE/Aerius Library
Since January 1997, Aerius has its own library. The catalogue is mainly focused on aviation topics, and ranges from books, publications, magazines, theses to information of several aviation related businesses.

Meeting Demand (2)
Squeezed by European Union regulations and the changing demands of their airline clients, Europe’s are cargo truckers are having to change their ways. The truckers are still expected to provide dedicated time-critical services, but nowadays their customers prefer to buy space on a pallet or part-load basis.

The Graduate:  Deniz Yugnuk

Airports of the World: Flughafen Frankfurt
Serving as homebase of Lufthansa, Frankfurt Airport handled about 40 million passengers last year. The growth goes on!
By Hubert Croes

Agenda: Aerius Activities

Members of the Board
And further in the side columns:      UPDATE….
A review of important events in the world of civil aviation.

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