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Title Airport economics in Latin America and the Caribbean : benchmarking, regulation, and pricing / Tomás Serebrisky.
Imprint Washington, D.C. : World Bank, 2012.

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Description 1 online resource : illustrations
Series Directions in development. Infrastructure.
Directions in development (Washington, D.C.). Infrastructure.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
Print version record.
Subject Airports -- Economic aspects -- Latin America.
Airports -- Economic aspects -- Caribbean Area.
Aeronautics, Commercial -- Latin America.
Aeronautics, Commercial -- Caribbean Area.
Caribbean Area.
Latin America.
Genre Electronic books.
Contents Preface; Acknowledgments; About the Author; Abbreviations and Acronyms; Overview; The Air Transport Sector; Investment in the LAC Airport Sector; Summary of This Report; Conclusions; Note; References; Chapter 1 Recent Evolution of the Air Transport Sector; Latin America and the Caribbean Overview; Notes; References; Chapter 2 Investment in the Airport Sector; Private Project Financing in the Airport Sector Worldwide; Private Investments in the Airport Sector in Developing Countries; Private Investment in the Airport Sector in Latin America and the Caribbean; Conclusions; Notes.
Appendix A Survey of Airport Performance for OperatorsAppendix B Governance of Airport Regulators Survey; Appendix C Technical Efficiency Calculation; Appendix D Data Sources; Air Transport Research Society (ATRS); Airports Council International (ACI); Private Participation in Infrastructure Database (PPI); Dealogic ProjectWare Database; Asociación Latinoamericana de Transporte Aéreo (ALTA); Airport Charges; Figures; 1 Air Transport Sector Demand and World GDP, 1980-2008; 2 Domestic and International Passenger Share, 2008; 3 Partial Performance Indicator: Passengers per Employee, 2005.
4 Evolution of Turnaround Costs for an Airbus A320, 1995-20095 Structure of Turnaround Costs for an Airbus A320; 1.1 Growth Rates in the Air Transport Sector and Global GDP, 1980-2008; 1.2 Passenger Traffic Growth, by Region, 2007 and 2008; 1.3 Domestic and International Passenger Share, 2008; 1.4 Volume of Cargo Moved, by Region, 2008; 1.5 Aircraft Movements, by Region, 2008; 1.6 GDP Growth and Passenger Growth in LAC, 1995-2008; 2.1 Project Financing in the Airport Sector by Number of Projects, Total Project Amount, and Region, 1996-2008.
2.2 Share of Project Financing in the Airport Sector, by Region, 1996-20082.3 Private Investment Commitments to Infrastructure Projects in Developing Countries, by Sector, 1990-2008; 2.4 Investment Commitments to Transport Projects with Private Participation in Developing Countries, by Subsector, 1990-2008; 2.5 Total Investment Commitments to Airport Projects with Private Participation in Developing Countries, by Region, 1991-2008; 2.6 Investment Commitments to Airport Projects with Private Participation in Developing Countries, by Type of Project, 1991-2007.
Preface; Acknowledgments; About the Author; Abbreviations and Acronyms; Overview; The Air Transport Sector; Investment in the LAC Airport Sector; Summary of This Report; Conclusions; Note; References; Chapter 1 Recent Evolution of the Air Transport Sector; Latin America and the Caribbean Overview; Notes; References; Chapter 2 Investment in the Airport Sector; Private Project Financing in the Airport Sector Worldwide; Private Investments in the Airport Sector in Developing Countries; Private Investment in the Airport Sector in Latin America and the Caribbean; Conclusions; Notes.
Appendix A Survey of Airport Performance for OperatorsAppendix B Governance of Airport Regulators Survey; Appendix C Technical Efficiency Calculation; Appendix D Data Sources; Air Transport Research Society (ATRS); Airports Council International (ACI); Private Participation in Infrastructure Database (PPI); Dealogic ProjectWare Database; Asociación Latinoamericana de Transporte Aéreo (ALTA); Airport Charges; Figures; 1 Air Transport Sector Demand and World GDP, 1980-2008; 2 Domestic and International Passenger Share, 2008; 3 Partial Performance Indicator: Passengers per Employee, 2005.
4 Evolution of Turnaround Costs for an Airbus A320, 1995-20095 Structure of Turnaround Costs for an Airbus A320; 1.1 Growth Rates in the Air Transport Sector and Global GDP, 1980-2008; 1.2 Passenger Traffic Growth, by Region, 2007 and 2008; 1.3 Domestic and International Passenger Share, 2008; 1.4 Volume of Cargo Moved, by Region, 2008; 1.5 Aircraft Movements, by Region, 2008; 1.6 GDP Growth and Passenger Growth in LAC, 1995-2008; 2.1 Project Financing in the Airport Sector by Number of Projects, Total Project Amount, and Region, 1996-2008.
2.2 Share of Project Financing in the Airport Sector, by Region, 1996-20082.3 Private Investment Commitments to Infrastructure Projects in Developing Countries, by Sector, 1990-2008; 2.4 Investment Commitments to Transport Projects with Private Participation in Developing Countries, by Subsector, 1990-2008; 2.5 Total Investment Commitments to Airport Projects with Private Participation in Developing Countries, by Region, 1991-2008; 2.6 Investment Commitments to Airport Projects with Private Participation in Developing Countries, by Type of Project, 1991-2007.
Summary Traditionally, air transport infrastructure in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) was exclusively under government ownership and management. Starting in the late 1990s, several Latin American countries implemented innovative public-private partnerships (PPP) that transferred the financing and management of air transport sector infrastructure to the private sector. This book presents the findings of a first-ever, comprehensive study of how LAC region airports have evolved during this notable period of transition in airport ownership. It is an unbiased, positive analysis of what happened, rat.
Other Author World Bank. Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office. Sustainable Development Department.
World Bank.
Other Title Print version: Serebrisky, Tomás. Airport economics in Latin America and the Caribbean. Washington, D.C. : World Bank, 2012 9780821389775