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1. 2. 3. 4. 3. THE PASSENGER/AIRPORT/AIRLINE INTERFACE.............................................................. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 4. Airports in competition -- the airport/airline/passenger interface .......................................... 51 Case studies in airport competition ........................................................................................ 51 Potential airport competition in Europe ................................................................................. 52 New airports investment in a competitive market..................................................................

The technical distinction between economies of scale and economies of scope can be seen by reference to the equation below, where C denotes cost and Q is output. Economies of scope are assessed as: S={[C(Q1)+C(Q2)] – C(Q1+Q2)}/{C(Q1+Q2)} C(Q1) is the cost of producing Q1 units of output 1 alone, C(Q2) is the cost of producing Q2 of output 2 alone and C(Q1+Q2) is the cost of producing Q1 plus Q2. Economies of scope exist if S>0. There are economies of scale if C/Q falls as Q expands. 7. The paper does not go into any detail about the environmental costs of transportation.

Local and international)17. Some of the likely costs include the following18: 34 • The need to “bond” traffic through airports to avoid replication of security checks. This would require additional investment, considerable redesigning of facilities and ongoing operating costs. The segregation of traffics in Europe which came with the Schengen Agreement proved costly. Seamless security between different modes at an airport would seem likely to require even more resources; • A possible need to conform to the highest common denominator.

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