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Aviation

New Titles and Key Backlist 2013

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Welcome to the 2013 catalogue for Ashgate’s Aviation books, showcasing the recently published, forthcoming and most popular titles from the list. On the subject of new titles, we’ve published a new edition of the successful textbook Introduction to Air Transport Economics, and there’s the fourth edition of Airline Finance on its way. International Aviation Law is an exciting new addition, and we’re looking forward to The Low Cost Carrier Worldwide and Liberalization in Aviation joining it soon. Adding to our growing range of aeromedical titles, we present Safety and Quality in Medical Transport Systems and Aeromedical Psychology. Looking to the area of aviation human factors we see a new hardback, Misunderstandings in ATC Communication, and a new paperback edition of Implementing Safety Management Systems in Aviation. We are always keen to discuss new proposals and hope you continue to find all of our books of great benefit to your work, research or study. Guy Loft, Publisher Do you have a book proposal? ebooks Email Guy Loft, Publisher, gloft@ashgatepublishing.com Over 3000 Ashgate and Gower titles are now available as ebooks in both PDF Visit ashgate.com/authors for information about submitting a book proposal and ePUB formats. Titles in this catalogue available as ebooks show Online Catalogue ebook ISBNs. We do not sell ebooks The online version of this catalogue is interactive. Clicking on the chapter directly, however there are several easy headings in the contents list will take you directly to the relevant section. to use purchase options available to You can also click through to full information on a particular book by clicking libraries and individuals. The full range on the web link at the bottom of each title entry. of suppliers we work with is shown on the website, ashgate.com/ebooks. The Visit ashgate.com major ones for libraries are: Dawsonera, - search the complete online back catalogue EBSCO Netlibrary, EBL, Ebrary, - download free sample chapters, full contents and catalogues Myilibrary. For individuals: Ebooks.com, - order securely online with 10% discount Google Play, Amazon, Kobo. Keep in touch Print-on-demand (POD) - You can follow us on Twitter twitter.com/ashgateaviation Print-on-demand technology enables - find us on Facebook facebook.com/ashgateaviation us to keep more of our books in print - and read or comment on the Ashgate blog blog.ashgate.com for longer. All our POD books are Find out about new books Sign up for our free monthly email update in your subject area. Visit ashgate.com/updates or email ashgateupdates@ashgatepublishing.com (letting us know which subject area/s you are interested in). Place an order Visit ashgate.com and receive a 10% discount email: ashgate@bookpoint.co.uk Tel: +44 (0)1235 827730 printed individually to order, and we pride ourselves on their production quality. Is there an out-of-print Ashgate book that you would like to see available again? If so, please email us. pod@ashgatepublishing.com

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Aviation 2013 Contents
Aviation Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Aviation Business and Economics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Aviation Law, Policy and Regulation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Airlines and Airports. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Essential Paperbacks on Aviation Pull-Out Supplement Human Factors in Aviation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 SERIES Ashgate Studies in Human Factors for Flight Operations . . . . . . . . 13 Aviation Psychology, Training and Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Aviation Medicine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Aviation Systems and Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Aviation History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Contacts and Customer Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inside Back Cover Ordering Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inside Back Cover

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Air Transportation
A Management Perspective SEVENTH EDITION John G. Wensveen, Airline Visions, Arlington, Virginia, USA
‘Overall, this is a successful examination of airmanship, and a useful attempt to set out defined standards in key areas for learning and development.’ The Aerospace Professional Now in its Seventh Edition, Air Transportation: A Management Perspective by John Wensveen is a proven textbook that offers a comprehensive introduction to the theory and practice of air transportation management. In addition to explaining the fundamentals, this book now takes the reader to the leading edge of the discipline, using past and present trends to forecast future challenges the industry may face and encouraging the reader to really think about the decisions a manager implements. The Seventh Edition brings the text right up to date with a new opening chapter, titled ‘The Airline Industry: Trends, Challenges and Strategies’, setting the context for all that follows within the book, and a new section within ‘International Aviation’ that explores the new airline business models. New and updated material has been added throughout the text and overall presents a more international perspective. Arranged in sharply focused parts and accessible sections, the exposition is clear and reader-friendly. Air Transportation: A Management Perspective is suitable for almost all aviation programs that feature business and management. Its student-friendly structure and style make it highly suitable for modular courses and distance-learning programmes, or for self-directed study and continuing personal professional development.

Key Points
• • Offers a renowned introductory overview on air transportation. Enhances the understanding of all areas related to air transportation including airline passenger marketing, labour relations and airport security. Wide-reaching and accessible undergraduate textbook, suitable for almost all aviation programmes. Seventh edition offers a brand new introductory chapter and a more international perspective overall.

About the author
Dr John G. Wensveen earned a Ph.D. in International Air Transport from the University of Wales and a BA in Geography and Transportation Land Use Planning from the University of Victoria, Canada. He is currently President & CEO of Airline Visions, an aviation consultancy based in Washington DC, specialized in the development of airline business plans. Dr Wensveen was one of the founding executive team members and Vice President of International Development at MAXjet Airways. Dr Wensveen has held the academic positions of Dean of the School of Aviation at Dowling College in New York and professor of airline management at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach. He is connected with a number of industry associations and is a faculty member of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) as well as an adjunct faculty member at the University of Maryland University College. Dr Wensveen is also one of the editors of Aeronautica Journal at Griffith University’s Aerospace Strategic Study Centre in Brisbane, Australia. He is an active contributor to the international media on aviation-related issues. Includes 58 b&w illustrations 2011 Paperback Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 604 pages 978-1-4094-3063-6 978-1-4094-3062-9 978-1-4094-3064-3 978-1-4094-8682-4 £40.00 £85.00

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Innovative Thinking in Risk, Crisis, and Disaster Management
Edited by Simon Bennett, University of Leicester, UK
‘This collection is a significant contribution to the literature on risks and disasters in contemporary societies and how to manage them. It is a rich source of new ideas for academics, students, policymakers and practitioners. Written in an accessible style, the book is wide in scope and fertile with ideas. It is timely and challenging and provides new insights and understanding.’ John Benyon, University of Leicester, UK and Chair, College of Learned Societies, Academy of Social Sciences Simon Bennett and the expert contributors look at civil safety and security as it is affected by man-made and natural threats. They provide ideas and action plans for risk, crisis, and disaster management within a social context that prioritises risk reduction. The accessible style, with technical terms defined and explained, covers topics such as technological citizenship, delegated authority and exploitation of ‘lay’ knowledge, of value to risk practitioners in the emergency services, industry and commerce, and to planners and policy makers at national and local government level. Includes 10 b&w illustrations May 2012 Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 288 pages 978-1-4094-1194-9 978-1-4094-1195-6 978-1-4094-6025-1 £65.00

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Aviation Project Management
Triant G. Flouris, Daniel Webster College, USA and Dennis Lock
‘Clearly there is a need for more and better aviation project management training and education. This important new book will help to redress that deficiency with its clearly explained and well-illustrated account of the essential elements of the project management process, particularly as it applies to aviation projects.’ From the Foreword, by Robert Milton, Chairman, President and CEO of ACE Aviation Holdings Inc This unique book highlights the ways that successful businesses are managed in the aviation industry through the identification and application of proven project management methods. Theoretical concepts are defined, clarified and shown how they can be valuable to business managers and students of the aviation business sector. 2008 Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 314 pages 978-0-7546-7395-8 978-0-7546-9868-5 978-1-4094-8602-2 £55.00

Designing and Executing Strategy in Aviation Management
Triant G. Flouris, York College / CUNY, USA and Sharon L. Oswald, Auburn University, USA
‘Aviation can be considered as one of the most complex industries of all, not just from a technological, but also from a managerial point of view. Today aviation managers are facing tough managerial and strategic challenges. From this perspective, the authors of this book deserve praise for their effort to publish a book on the design and execution of strategy in an aviation environment.’ Aerlines Designing and Executing Strategy in Aviation Management is designed to provide an intensely practical guide to this critically important topic. Comprehensive in coverage and easy-to-read in style, it allows both professionals and students to understand the principles and practicalities of crafting and executing business strategies with an aviation context. Includes 19 b&w illustrations 2006 Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 208 pages 978-0-7546-3618-2 978-0-7546-8133-5 978-1-4094-6305-4 £35.00

Managing Aviation Projects from Concept to Completion
Triant G. Flouris, Daniel Webster College, USA and Dennis Lock
‘Managing Aviation Projects from Concept to Completion, by Triant G.Flouris and Dennis Lock is a good read with some very valuable information that usually can be gained only from years of experience. Read it, and then read it again…’ Journal of Airport Management Following on from their earlier collaboration, Aviation Project Management, the authors have written this more in-depth book for those who need to study aviation project management in greater detail and connect project management within an aviation context to prudent business decision-making. Aviation project management is described throughout all stages of a lifecycle that begins when the project is first conceived and does not end until it has been successfully completed, fully documented, and put into operational service. 2009 Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 528 pages 978-0-7546-7615-7 978-0-7546-9874-6 978-1-4094-8613-8 £65.00

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Commercial Aircraft Projects
Managing the Development of Highly Complex Products
Hans-Henrich Altfeld, Airbus Center of Competence Project & Programme Management, France
‘ A useful book for students of aerospace engineering management and practitioners in the field who wish to improve their understanding of the main activities of, and challenges for, prime contractors … Each part is an easy-to read comprehensive explanation of what currently happens in aircraft development, with figures and footnotes to c1arify. Examples are used with good effect to illustrate points. There is good use of referencing to support statements made… Reading the book, it is easy to understand the complexity of managing aircraft projects and why there are so many opportunities for the failure that has been the project track record for most modern aircraft programmes.’ Aerospace Professional The theme of this book is that any management approach for the development of commercial aircraft should seek to integrate the strengths of state-of-the-art management disciplines while limiting their application to some basic essentials. It explores the interconnectedness between individual management disciplines by explicitly considering the matter of integrative management. Includes 119 b&w illustrations 2010 Hardback ebook PDF 482 pages 978-0-7546-7753-6 978-0-7546-9494-6 £65.00

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Ethical Issues in Aviation
Edited by Elizabeth A. Hoppe, Lewis University, USA
‘Ethical Issues in Aviation is an innovative and thoughtprovoking book that explores an important, but heretofore, neglected area of research. While the study of ethics has been applied in numerous other industries, its application to aviation is long overdue. For those who study aviation, this book is sure to provide multiple new perspectives on familiar issues. It was a treat to read about the business of aviation, safety, diversity, airport development, and environmental issues through an ethical lens.’ Andrew R. Goetz , University of Denver, USA Ethical Issues in Aviation focuses on current concerns and trends, to reflect the changes that have occurred in this deregulated era. The book provides the reader with an overview of the major themes in civil aviation ethics. It begins with theoretical frameworks, followed by sections on the business side of aviation, employee responsibility, diversity in aviation, ground issues regarding airports, air traffic control and security, as well as health and the environment. 2011 Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 314 pages 978-1-4094-1786-6 978-1-4094-1787-3 978-1-4094-8661-9 £60.00

Risk Management and Corporate Sustainability in Aviation
Triant G. Flouris, Hellenic American University, Greece and Ayse Kucuk Yilmaz, Anadolu University, Eskisehir, Turkey
‘Risk Management and Corporate Sustainability in Aviation is both relevant and well written. It is an excellent book for any academic program in Aviation Science Management such as in my University.’ Lei Yu, Texas Southern University, USA The best corporate sustainability strategies and management approaches require the consideration of all corporate risks in both a holistic and systematic way. Flouris and Kucuk Yilmaz present an effective way to manage sustainability risks via a new, well-designed, integrated, dynamic and flexible framework. It introduces an opportunity for turning risks into potential corporate advantages. Risk Management and Corporate Sustainability in Aviation is addressed to professionals, students and researchers within air transportation business management and risk management. Includes 26 b&w illustrations 2011 Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 252 pages 978-1-4094-1199-4 978-1-4094-1200-7 978-1-4094-8678-7 £55.00

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Introduction to Air Transport Economics
From Theory to Applications Second Edition Edited by Bijan Vasigh, Ken Fleming and Thomas Tacker, all at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, USA
‘This is the book for anyone who wants to know what drives the behavior in air transport markets, of customers, suppliers, the airlines themselves, and even the governments that regulate the industry. Bijan Vasigh, Ken Fleming, and Thomas Tacker showed, in the first edition of this book, that looking at the air transport industry with an economist’s perspective gives the reader important insights into many of the issues that make aviation so fascinating. We are given the opportunity to see through the eyes of three distinguished economists, from one of the leading universities specializing in aviation. That opportunity will be well worth taking in this second edition.’ Brian Pearce, International Air Transport Association, Switzerland From the Foreword to the second edition

Introduction to Air Transport Economics: From Theory to Applications uniquely merges the institutional and technical aspects of the aviation industry with their theoretical economic underpinnings. In one comprehensive textbook it applies economic theory to all aspects of the aviation industry, bringing together the numerous and informative articles and institutional developments that have characterized the field of airline economics in the last two decades as well as adding a number of areas original to an aviation text. Its integrative approach offers a fresh point of view that will find favour with many students of aviation. The book offers a self-contained theory and applications-oriented text for any individual intent on entering the aviation industry as a practising professional in the management area. It will be of greatest relevance to undergraduate and graduate students interested in obtaining a more complete understanding of the economics of the aviation industry. It will also appeal to many professionals who seek an accessible and practical explanation of the underlying economic forces that shape the industry. The second edition has been extensively updated throughout. It features new coverage of macroeconomics for managers, expanded analysis of modern revenue management and pricing decisions, and also reflects the many significant developments that have occurred since the original’s publication. Instructors will find this modernized edition easier to use in class, and suitable to a wider variety of undergraduate or graduate course structures, while industry practitioners and all readers will find it more intuitively organized and more user friendly. Includes 143 b&w illustrations January 2013 Paperback Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 512 pages 978-1-4094-5487-8 978-1-4094-5486-1 978-1-4094-5488-5 978-1-4724-0024-6 £30.00 £80.00

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Key Points
• • Applies economic theory to all areas of the aviation industry. Merges institutional and technical aspects of the aviation industry with their theoretical economic underpinnings. Presented in an easy-to-read and understand format that is accessible to undergraduates with little or no previous exposure to aviation economics, while still suitable for graduate students. Revised and updated throughout to reflect the significant economics issues facing the airline industry today.

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About the authors
Bijan Vasigh is Professor of Economics and Finance in the College of Business at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, Florida. He received a Ph.D. in Economics from the State University of New York, and has published many articles concerning the aviation industry. The articles were published in numerous academic journals, including the Journal of Economics and Finance, Journal of Transportation Management, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Scientific and Technical Aerospace Reports, Transportation Quarterly, Airport Business, Journal of Business and Economics, and Journal of Travel Research. He has been quoted in major newspapers and magazines around the world. In 2006, his paper, “A Total Factor Productivity Based for Tactical Cluster Assessment: Empirical Investigation in the Airline Industry,” was awarded the Dr. Frank E. Sorenson Award for outstanding achievement of excellence in aviation research scholarship. Bijan is the author of Aircraft Finance: Strategies for Managing Capital Costs in a Turbulent Industry, and The Foundations of Airline Finance: Methodology and Practice. Dr. Fleming received his Ph.D. from the University of California at San Diego, August 1978 with specialties in Econometrics and Public Finance. He received his M.A., in Economics from the University of California at Los Angeles, in June 1969. A former military pilot with over 3,000 hours in 11 different aircraft, he holds an FAA Commercial Pilot Airplane Single and Multi-engine Instrument Rating. Dr. Fleming was the leader of a group of 15 research analysts and computer programmers who actively participated in applied Aviation research projects with Boeing, NASA, and the FAA and he has been the principal author or co-author of over 20 reports and articles including two textbooks during the past 15 years; these publications have dealt with all aspects of the economics of the aviation industry. Thomas Tacker, Ph.D. is Professor of Economics and the Chair of the Department of Economics, Finance and Information Systems at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. He received his doctoral degree from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and his B.S. in Business Administration from Embry-Riddle. He won the National Federation of Independent Businesses Award For Most Outstanding Paper On Entrepreneurship and Public Policy and the prestigious Leavey Award for Excellence in Private Enterprise Education. Funded research includes NASA grants for study on: The Future Supply of SATS Pilots, The Economic Benefits of SATS in U.S. Labor Markets, and The Future Supply of SATS Aircraft. He is author of numerous academic papers and conference proceedings publications as well as several publications in the popular press. Areas of research expertise include Airline Anti-trust Issues, Regulation, Privatization and Macroeconomic Policy.

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FORTHCOMING: JUNE 2013

Liberalization in Aviation
Competition, Cooperation and Public Policy Edited by Peter Forsyth, David Gillen, Kai Hüschelrath, Hans-Martin Niemeier and Hartmut Wolf
‘The airline industry has both facilitated and benefited from the globalization resulting from trade liberalization in the past 60 years. Yet aviation itself remains far from being completely liberalized. Despite the economic benefits resulting from the liberalization that has taken place there are many political barriers hindering further progress. The importance of this book is the rigorous insight it gives into a wide range of aviation liberalization issues by gathering together the work of the key scholars in this field. This is a book of policy relevance that should be read by regulators as well as academics.’ Brian Pearce, Chief Economist, International Air Transport Association, Geneva and Visiting Professor Cranfield University Department of Air Transport, UK The last few decades have witnessed substantial liberalization trends in various industries and countries. Starting with the deregulation of the U.S. airline industry in 1978, regulatory restructuring took place in further network industries such as telecommunications, electricity or railways in various countries around the world. Although most of the liberalization movements were initially triggered by the worrying performances of the respective regulatory frameworks, increases in competition and corresponding improvements in allocative and productive efficiency were typically associated with the respective liberalization efforts. From an academic perspective, the transition from regulated industries to liberalized industries has attracted a substantial amount of research reflected in many books and research articles which can be distilled to three main questions: (1) What are the forces that have given rise to regulatory reform? (2) What is the structure of the regulatory change which has occurred to date and is likely to occur in the immediate future? (3) What have been the effects on industry efficiency, prices and profits of the reforms which have occurred to date? Liberalization in Aviation brings together renowned academics and practitioners from around the world to address all three questions and draw policy conclusions. The book is divided into five sections, in turn dealing with aspects of competition in various liberalized markets, the emergence and growth of low-cost carriers, horizontal mergers and alliances, infrastructures, and concluding with economic assessments of liberalization steps so far and proposed steps in the future. Includes 115 figures and 76 tables June 2013 Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 230 pages 978-1-4094-5090-0 978-1-4094-5091-7 978-1-4724-0128-1 c. £70.00

Key Points
• Brings together renowned academics and practitioners from around the world to address the key issues of liberalization and draw policy conclusions. Features 25 chapters providing insights on a broad range of topics including the evolution of low-cost carriers, cooperation between airlines and access to infrastructures. Concludes with economic assessments of liberalisation steps so far and proposed steps for the future.

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About the editors
Peter Forsyth has been Professor of Economics at Monash University since 1997. His research has been on applied microeconomics, with particular reference to the economics of air transport, tourism economics and of regulation. He has recently published a jointly edited book on Airport Competition the European Experience, Ashgate. Recent work has involved using computable general equilibrium models to assess the economic impacts of tourism, including events, and in analysing tourism and aviation policy issues. David Gillen is YVR Professor of Transportation Policy in the Sauder School of Business and Director Centre for Transportation Studies, University of British Columbia. In addition he is Research Economist at the Institute of Transportation Studies at the University of California, Berkeley. David has published more than 100 books, technical reports, journal papers, conference presentations and other articles in various areas of transportation economics, including airline competition and industry structure, airport economics and noise externalities, and transportation policy in Canada and the United States. Kai Hüschelrath is Senior Researcher in the Department of Industrial Economics and International Management at ZEW Centre for European Economic Research in Mannheim, Germany. In addition he is Assistant Professor for Industrial Organization and Competitive Strategy at WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management in Vallendar, Germany. His research focuses on various areas of competition policy and competitive strategy including market definition, collusive practices, mergers and market entry. Hans-Martin Niemeier is Director of the Institute for Transport and Development of the Bremen University of Applied Sciences and Chairman of the German Aviation Research Society. He is known for his work on airport privatization, regulation and performance of European airports. A former airport regulator, he has previously conducted studies on the market power of Amsterdam airport, the role of benchmarking in incentive regulation of European airports and the performance of Norwegian airports. Hartmut Wolf is Professor of Trade, Logistics and Maritime Economics at the Flensburg University of Applied Sciences. In addition, he is associated Economist at the Kiel Institute for the World Economy. His research focuses on international transport markets and institutional aspects of the provision of infrastructure services and institutional economics.

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The Low Cost Carrier Worldwide
Edited by Sven Gross, Hochschule Harz, University of Applied Sciences, Germany and Michael Lück, AUT University, New Zealand
‘Low cost carriers have often introduced new operational parameters to an industry already famous for thin margins, heavy regulation and significant cost structures. Gross and Luck have marvellously pulled together authors from around the world for a global treatment of business models that have stood the test of time, yet continue to innovate and surprise.’ David Duval, Winnipeg University, Canada Low Cost Carriers (LCCs) have become an integral part of today’s air transport and tourism industries. Originated in the United States, the low-cost concept has subsequently been adopted by airlines on all continents. LCCs in Europe and North America, and to some extent in Asia, have already been well covered by academic literature. However, scientific publications on the topic of LCCs in Africa, Latin America, the Middle East, Australia and New Zealand are scarce. This volume provides the first comprehensive overview of developments, the legal framework and the current situation of the low-cost carrier phenomenon across the globe. It contains a dozen chapters dedicated to each region in turn, all written by highly experienced and renowned experts from around the world. The Low Cost Carrier Worldwide is written primarily for upper-level undergraduate and postgraduate students, as well as researchers and practitioners within the fields of aviation, transport and tourism.

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Sven Gross, PhD studied Tourism Geography and Economics at the University of Trier and Spatial Planning at the University of Dortmund. He received his Masters Degree in 1998 and was a management and community consultant for several years, personal assistant to the mayor of Bad Dürkheim and research associate at the chair of tourism economics and management at the Dresden University of Technology. In 2004 he completed his PhD in the Department of Traffic and Transport Sciences Friedrich List at Dresden University of Technology. Since 2005 Sven has been Professor of TransportCarrier Management at the Hochschule Harz (University of Applied Sciences), Wernigerode, Germany. As of August 2008 he has been head of the tourism department in the competence centre of information and communication technologies, tourism and services at the Hochschule Harz (together with Prof. Dr. Axel Dreyer), and since 2007 a member of the New Zealand Tourism Research Institute (NZTRI) based in Auckland. In 2010 Sven was a visiting professor (scholarship of the German Academic Exchange Service, DAAD) at the Auckland University of Technology. His main research areas include tourism and transport (eg airline management, cruise ship management, car rental management, transport concepts for destinations), business travel management (eg Online Booking Engines, web 2.0), event marketing and management as well as tourist market research. He has authored more than 50 publications on these subjects, including seven books. Michael Lück, PhD is Associate Professor and Head of Department (Tourism & Events) in the School of Hospitality and Tourism, and Associate Director for the coastal and marine tourism research program area at the New Zealand Tourism Research Institute, both at AUT University in Auckland, New Zealand. He received his doctorate from the University of Otago in Dunedin. Michael has more than ten years’ work experience in the tourism industry, having worked for a large package tour operator, travel agencies, a campervan rental company, and as tour guide in Belize. He taught at universities in Germany, New Zealand, Scotland, and Canada. Michael’s research interests lie in the areas of marine tourism, ecotourism, sustainable tourism, the impacts of tourism, aviation, and gay tourism. He has published in a number of international journals, is founding editor-inchief of the academic journal Tourism in Marine Environments, and Associate Editor of the Journal of Ecotourism. Michael edited or co-edited two volumes on ecotourism, two on marine tourism, two on polar tourism and the Encyclopedia of Tourism and Recreation in Marine Environments (CABI).

Key Points
• • First publication to look at the low-cost carrier phenomenon from a global perspective. Presents a comprehensive volume on the business models of LCCs around the globe and their route networks. Features 10 chapters dedicated to each region in turn. Suitable for students, researchers and practitioners alike in aviation, transport and tourism fields.

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Air Transport Provision in Remoter Regions
Edited by George Williams, Cranfield University, UK and Svein Bråthen, Molde University College, Norway
While the number of large airports in the world is in the hundreds, there are many thousands of smaller airports providing communities all over the globe with vital air links. This book stems from a series of biennial conferences devoted to issues affecting air-transport provision in remoter regions. It examines: key economic and socio-economic issues; subvention mechanisms; route development initiatives; infrastructure provision; issues affecting the provision of air services in remoter regions. 2010 Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 352 pages 978-0-7546-7342-2 978-0-7546-9186-0 978-1-4094-8642-8 £65.00

Aviation and Tourism
Implications for Leisure Travel
Edited by Anne Graham, University of Westminster, UK, Andreas Papatheodorou, University of the Aegean, Greece and Peter Forsyth, Monash University, Australia
This book deals exclusively with issues related to the relationship between aviation and leisure travel. It does this with an analysis of the theoretical concepts relevant to the subject area combined with a detailed investigation of current practice within the aviation and tourism industries. Each chapter is illustrated with case study material that will reinforce the understanding of the issues that are being examined. 2008 408 pages Paperback 978-1-4094-0232-9 £30.00 Hardback 978-0-7546-7187-9 £65.00 ebook PDF 978-0-7546-9248-5 978-1-4094-8574-2 ebook ePUB www.ashgate.com/isbn/9781409402329

Moving Boxes by Air
The Economics of International Air Cargo
Peter S. Morrell, Cranfield University, UK
‘…the book offers interesting insights into current issues such as the respective advantages of cargo airliners (Boeing 777F versus Boeing 747-8F) or industry trends (potential differences in strategic objectives between Cargolux and Qatar Airways).’ Luxemburger Wort Air cargo is a key element of the global supply chain. It allows outsourcing of manufacturing to other countries and links production in both multinational and smaller enterprises. Featuring expert analysis and worked examples to enhance understanding, Moving Boxes by Air offers a comprehensive and up-to-date guide to the business and practices of air cargo, with a chapter dedicated to each key issue, such as: current trends, market characteristics, regulation, airport terminal operations, pricing and revenues, and environmental impacts. Includes 47 b&w illustrations 2011 Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 352 pages 978-1-4094-0252-7 978-1-4094-0253-4 978-1-4094-8676-3 £65.00

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Airline Marketing and Management
Seventh Edition

Stephen Shaw, SSA Ltd, Oxfordshire, UK
‘This seventh is a welcome addition to the Stephen Shaw stable. It remains great at getting down to the basics of both marketing and management by breaking topics down in a unique and interesting way that illuminates the topic rather than fragment it. Shaw is great at taking the reader to more advanced concepts quickly. He is able to do so by spending a good chunk of the book on providing great context and background into the subtleties of marketing air transport services.’ The Aerospace Professional Airline Marketing and Management examines the principles of marketing and demonstrates the ways in which these principles can be applied to today’s airline industry. It has been thoroughly updated and expanded for this seventh edition, to keep pace with changes affecting the industry. Written in a straightforward, easy-to-read style and combining up-to-date and relevant examples drawn from the worldwide aviation industry, this new edition will further enhance the book’s reputation for providing the ideal introduction to the subject. Includes 4 b&w illustrations 2011 Paperback Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 378 pages 978-1-4094-0149-0 978-1-4094-0147-6 978-1-4094-0148-3 978-1-4094-8668-8 £20.00 £75.00

Evolution of International Aviation
Phoenix Rising
Second Edition Dawna L. Rhoades, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, USA
This book has two aims. First, it lays out the forces that shaped the international aviation industry and changed the rules in the drive for liberalization. Second, it looks at the choices facing the airline industry in general and the international aviation industry in particular. This second edition is thoroughly revised from the 2003 original, in light of many significant developments in (and affecting) the industry during the intervening years. 2008 Hardback 296 pages 978-0-7546-7389-7 £35.00

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Stormy Skies
Airlines in Crisis
Paul Clark, Managing Director, Through The Looking Glass, Canada and UK
As the airline industry struggles to extricate itself from its latest crisis, the time has come to examine the fundamentals of airline business strategy in a more innovative way and find answers to the questions, “What went wrong?” and “Why didn’t we see it coming?”. Stormy Skies captures the key issues that determine a viable airline industry in an increasingly globalised world and calls for more radical business thinking to ensure that mistakes are avoided in future. 2010 Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 178 pages 978-0-7546-7887-8 978-0-7546-9756-5 978-1-4094-8639-8 £35.00

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Foundations of Airline Finance
Methodology and Practice
Bijan Vasigh, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, USA, Ken Fleming, Aviation Consulting Group, USA and Liam Mackay, Continental Airlines, USA
Foundations of Airline Finance: Methodology and Practice is a textbook that comprehensively covers, at a basic level, all aspects of the subject, bringing together many of the numerous and informative articles and institutional developments that have characterized the field of airline finance in the previous two decades. The book is of greatest value to students who are contemplating entering financial management in the air transportation industry; however, the text also serves as an accessible and comprehensive reference for industry professionals. 2010 Paperback Hardback 444 pages 978-0-7546-7770-3 978-0-7546-7769-7 £30.00 £75.00

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Straight and Level
Practical Airline Economics
Third Edition Stephen Holloway
This third edition of Straight and Level thoroughly updates the previous edition with extensive comments on recent industry developments and emerging business models. The discussion is illustrated by current examples drawn from all sectors of the industry and every region of the world. Anyone who wants to gain a deeper understanding of airline economics at a practical level and an insight into the reasons for its financial volatility should find the book of interest. 2008 Paperback Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 614 pages 978-0-7546-7258-6 978-0-7546-7256-2 978-0-7546-9090-0 978-1-4094-8579-7 £30.00 £80.00

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Marketing in the International Aerospace Industry
Wesley E. Spreen, Boeing Helicopters
This book provides a comprehensive overview of Marketing in the international aerospace industry. It analyses the distinctive environment and practices of the aerospace industry, and provides specific, practical guidance for marketing professionals. The content is presented in clearly-defined chapters that relate directly to the professional challenges facing the marketer in the industry. It is written for these professionals and also students of aviation and aerospace management. 2007 Hardback 308 pages 978-0-7546-4975-5 £55.00

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International Aviation Law
A Practical Guide Ronald I.C. Bartsch, AvLaw International Aviation Consultants, Australia
‘The modern airline pilot has three primary legal obligations in their working day: a statutory obligation to their regulator as a licence holder; a contractual obligation to their employer; and an obligation through the common law duty of care to their passengers and the general public. And all this while operating in a jurisdiction using international law and conventions. This text helps the individual to understand how international aviation law influences the world they work in and the decisions they make.’ Graham Thomas, Training Captain B777/787, UK International Aviation Law: A Practical Guide explains the international context and application of the law as it applies to commercial and recreational aviation, and to the broader aviation environment. It provides a comprehensive introduction to all aspects of aviation law from criminal law to contract law to the legal duties and responsibility of aircrew and other aviation personnel including airport operators, air traffic controllers and aircraft engineers. Each area of the law is clearly explained in accessible language and supported with practical case studies to illustrate the application of the law within an operational aviation context. It also provides advice on how to avoid or minimize legal liability for aviation practitioners and enthusiasts.

Contents
Preface; International aviation law; Sources of aviation law; The law and legal systems; The regulation of aviation; Contract law; Tort law; Employment and industrial law; Criminal law; Commercial law and carriage by air; Airline operations; Maintenance organizations; Aviation security; Airport operations; Air traffic management; Safety management and accident investigation; Aviation and the environment; References; Index. Includes 18 b&w illustrations December 2012 380 pages Hardback 978-1-4094-3287-6 ebook PDF 978-1-4094-3288-3 ebook ePUB 978-1-4094-7197-4 www.ashgate.com/isbn/9781409432876 £65.00

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• A comprehensive and accessible guide to aviation law, with a truly international perspective. Offers practical case studies as well as advice on reducing legal liability in specific areas. A valuable resource for all air transport practitioners, to ensure they understand the legal context within which they operate, and a reference for students of aviation.

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Air Transport and the Environment
Ben Daley, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), UK
‘Sustainable development is a formidable challenge for aviation. Air Transport and the Environment presents the scope of this challenge within a scientificallycomprehensive, critical and thought-provoking analysis. By drawing together detail on pollution, noise and climate change whilst introducing the broader policy landscape, Daley is well placed to delve into arguably more contentious issues surrounding sustainable development. His final chapter questioning aviation’s economic contribution, in light of the unequal benefits accrued, provides an insightful addition to this book and the wider debate.’ Alice Bows, Sustainable Consumption Institute, University of Manchester, UK Air Transport and the Environment provides an overview of the main issues relating to aviation environmental impacts. It explains the challenge facing policymakers in terms of sustainable development, focusing on the importance of balancing the industry’s economic, social and environmental costs and benefits, both for people living now and for future generations. Individual chapters review the current scientific understanding of the main aviation environmental impacts: climate change, local air pollution and aircraft noise. 2010 Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 274 pages 978-0-7546-7286-9 978-0-7546-9089-4 978-1-4094-8647-3 £39.95

Flying in the Face of Criminalization
The Safety Implications of Prosecuting Aviation Professionals for Accidents
Sofia Michaelides-Mateou, University of Nicosia, Cyprus and Andreas Mateou, Cyprus Airways, Cyprus
‘This is a truly fascinating book, especially since the central dilemma of whether or not to volunteer (possibly self-incriminating) information for the greater good is not confined to the world of avaition. It might not, of itself, bring about change – but it is a useful addition to a debate on how to discourage most people covering their own backs first when anything goes wrong.’ RoSPA Occupational Safety & Health Journal Those involved in an aviation accident face a dilemma between not supplying information for preventing future accidents and supplying such information which may result in their criminal prosecution. Aviation safety is largely built upon the trust placed by aviation professionals in the process of accident investigation. This book examines the growing trend to criminalize these same people following an accident investigation and considers the implications this has for aviation safety. 2010 Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 234 pages 978-1-4094-0767-6 978-1-4094-0768-3 978-1-4094-8649-7 £55.00

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Airline Finance
Fourth Edition Peter S. Morrell, Air Transport Economics and Planning, UK
REVIEWS FROM PREVIOUS EDITIONS ‘Peter Morrell has cleverly dissected the key aspects of airline finances and provided an excellent guide to both the routine financial requirements, such as financial statements and ratios, and also to the specific issues facing airline finance executives, such as airline risk management, valuations and privatisations. This is an essential compendium to airline finance executives, their financiers and investors and anyone with a passion for this fascinating industry.’ Ian Milne, British Airways. Author of Bridging the GAAP ‘…an excellent introduction for anyone starting at an airline or in aircraft finance …an excellent, clearly written introduction to the subject.’ Air Finance journal ‘…a fascinating book that, in just over 250 pages, managed to provide a good explanation of many of those ‘strange things’ that you often read about but struggle to find a clear explanation for, such as the valuation of route rights, leasing options and costs of frequent flyer programmes…very good…’ M2 Best Books ‘…a well written text providing the essentials to understanding all areas of airline finance and can be treated as a key resource for students of airline management.’ Aerlines Magazine ‘Airline Finance is a handy resource guide for either the security analyst assigned to follow the airline industry or for an aviation executive who needs to implement financial strategies intended to increase shareholder wealth.’ Aerlines Air transport industry finance, with its complexity and special needs such as route rights, airport slots, aircraft leasing options and frequent flyer programmes, requires specific knowledge. While there are numerous financial management and corporate finance texts available, few of these provide explanations for the singularities of the airline industry with worked examples drawn directly from the industry itself. Revised and updated in its fourth edition, this internationally renowned and respected book provides the essentials to understanding all areas of airline finance. Designed to address each of the distinct areas of financial management in an air transport industry context, it also shows how these fit together, while each chapter and topic provides a detailed resource which can be also consulted separately. Supported at each stage by practical airline examples, it examines the financial trends and prospects for the airline industry as a whole, contrasting the developments for the major regions and airlines. Important techniques in financial analysis are applied to the airline industry, together with critical discussion of key issues. Thoroughly amended and updated throughout, the fourth edition reflects the many developments that have affected the industry, with a particular emphasis on the full impact of the global banking and sovereign debt crises. This edition also features new material discussing the increased airline mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity of recent years, and considers the likelihood of further consolidation in the future. The book is a key resource for students of airline management, and a sophisticated and authoritative guide for analysts in financial institutions and consultancies, executives in airlines and related industries, and civil aviation departments. Includes 28 b&w illustrations May 2013 Paperback Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 328 pages 978-1-4094-5278-2 978-1-4094-5279-9 978-1-4094-5280-5 978-1-4094-7415-9 c. £30.00 c. £65.00

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• • • • Remains the definitive work on all aspects of finance within the international air transport industry. Combines practical airline examples with key issues and the latest financial data. Thoroughly revised and updated throughout, reflecting the changes in airlines’ operating climate. Features new material discussing the impact of the global economic crisis and also increased M&A activity.

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About the author
Dr Peter Morrell is a consultant and visiting professor at Cranfield University. He graduated in economics from Cambridge University and subsequently gained a Masters in air transportation from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he worked on NASA sponsored research into airline forecasting and profitability. He has a doctorate from Cranfield University. Peter is a former head of the Department of Air Transport at the College of Aeronautics at Cranfield University, where he held a chair in air transport economics and finance, and he is the European Editor for the Journal of Air Transport Management as well as on the editorial board of Tourism Economics. He has lectured on numerous industry courses, and directs the Airline Finance course at Cranfield. Peter lectured on airline industry regulation for the Royal Aeronautical Society’s annual Oxford Air Transport Course, and has taught airline management at the French L’Ecole National de l’Aviation Civil (ENAC), Donau-Universität in Austria, Chang Jung University in Taiwan, the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and the Brazilian Instituto de Aviaçao Civil. He has also lectured on in-house management courses for airlines which included British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Singapore Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, South African Airways, Finnair, LOT Polish Airlines, Emirates Airlines and Cyprus Airways, and courses for other clients such as British Telecom. Peter is also the author of Moving Boxes by Air: The Economics of International Air Cargo (Ashgate, 2011) and has written many articles for both academic and industry journals.

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Air Transport in the 21st Century
Key Strategic Developments
Edited by John F. O’Connell, Cranfield University, UK and George Williams, Cranfield University, UK
‘The air transport industry is one of the fastest growing, economically important, yet least profitable industries in the world. Air Transport in the 21st Century: Key Strategic Developments takes the reader on a fascinating journey through some of the key strategic challenges facing the industry today. O’Connell and Williams have succeeded in bringing illumination to issues such as the regulatory constraints on doing business, the challenges of getting adequate and cost-effective infrastructure, the innovation taking place in business models and some of the latest challenges on security and environment.’ Giovanni Bisignani, Director General & CEO, IATA – International Air Transport Association, This book reviews current trends in the airline industry and its related suppliers, providing an insight into the forces that are changing its dynamics. It examines the factors reshaping the industry’s structure with a view to identifying the key issues whose impact will be critical in the future. With contributions from senior industry executives and academics, the objective is to evaluate the core competencies that are determining the current shape of the industry and examine the forces that will change its direction. Includes 59 b&w illustrations 2011 Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 508 pages 978-1-4094-0097-4 978-0-7546-9995-8 978-1-4094-8673-2 £65.00

Airport Marketing
Strategies to Cope with the New Millennium Environment
David Jarach, SDA Bocconi Graduate School of Business, Italy
Airport Marketing examines the new management vision of airport marketing in the post-September 11th environment, presenting in-depth analysis of current airport management practices for both aviation and nonaviation-related activities. This book is essential reading for airport managers, government agencies, airlines, consultants, contributors, advisors and sub-contractors to this industry, as well as both undergraduate and graduate level aviation students. Includes 13 b&w illustrations 2005 Hardback 154 pages 978-0-7546-4085-1 £55.00

Modeling Applications in the Airline Industry
Ahmed Abdelghany, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, USA and Khaled Abdelghany, Southern Methodist University, USA
‘While the title suggests this book is only for mathematicians and operational researchers, the clarity of the explanations of the many fascinating problems and issues in this field, make it a rewarding book for anyone with a keen interest in the airline industry. It covers the areas of demand forecasting, scheduling, revenue management and irregular operations.’ Aerospace Professional Modeling Applications in the Airline Industry explains the different functions and tactics performed by airlines during their planning and operation phases. Each function receives a full explanation of the challenges it brings and a solution methodology is presented, supported by numerical illustrative examples wherever possible. 2010 Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 290 pages 978-0-7546-7874-8 978-0-7546-9725-1 978-1-4094-8626-8 £55.00

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Buying the Big Jets
Fleet Planning for Airlines
Second Edition Paul Clark, Managing Director, Through The Looking Glass, Canada and UK
Selecting the right aircraft for an airline operation is a vastly complex process, involving a multitude of skills and considerable knowledge of the business. Buying The Big Jets was first published in 2001 to provide guidance to those involved in aircraft selection strategies. This Second Edition brings the picture fully up to date, incorporating new discussion on the strategies of low-cost carriers, and the significance of the aircraft cabin for long-haul operations. Latest developments in aircraft products are covered and there are fresh examples of best practice in airline fleet planning techniques. 2007 Paperback Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 262 pages 978-0-7546-7091-9 978-0-7546-7090-2 978-0-7546-8380-3 978-1-4094-8493-6 £30.00 £75.00

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The Passenger Has Gone Digital and Mobile
Accessing and Connecting Through Information and Technology
Nawal K. Taneja, Department of Aviation, Ohio State University, USA
‘The Passenger Has Gone Digital and Mobile may be the most up-to-date book about airline industry and new technologies surrounding it currently.’ Aerlines Nawal K. Taneja explores and explains the gamechanging opportunities presented to the industry by new-generation information and technology. He shows how information and technology can now drive, not just enable, an airline’s strategy to become truly customercentric at a personalized level, while at the same time enabling the operator to reduce costs, enhance revenues, reduce risks and become much more flexible and agile by better managing complexity. Includes 23 b&w illustrations 2011 Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 268 pages 978-1-4094-3502-0 978-1-4094-3503-7 978-1-4094-8680-0 £35.00

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Airport Competition
The European Experience

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Edited by Peter Forsyth, Monash University, Australia, David Gillen, University of British Columbia, Canada, Jürgen Müller, Berlin School of Economics, Germany and Hans-Martin Niemeier, University of Applied Sciences, Germany
‘Forsyth et al have produced a timely and important contribution to the evidence base and thinking on this critical issue. Regulators and governments should take note as they consider the effectiveness of competition in the airports sector. It can and does exist. The key question is can it be strong enough to constrain the abuse of market power? The answer, based on this excellent and balanced set of papers, is quite rightly presented as not being black and white but requiring hard analysis on a case by case basis. The authors show that there are many important questions still to be answered before we can, in practice, determine where consumers can rely on competition to discipline the market for airport services.’ Brian Pearce, Chief Economist, IATA The break-up of BAA and the blocked takeover of Bratislava airport by the competing Vienna airport brought the issue of airport competition to the top of the agenda for air transport policy in Europe. Airport Competition reviews the debate and asks whether airport competition is strong enough to limit market power. It provides evidence on how travellers chose an airport, and on how airports compete in different regions and markets. It also discusses the main policy implications of mergers and subsidies. includes 56 figures and 21 tables 2010 Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 462 pages 978-0-7546-7746-8 978-0-7546-9484-7 978-1-4094-8634-3 £75.00

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Looking Beyond the Runway
Airlines Innovating with Best Practices while Facing Realities
Nawal K. Taneja, Ohio State University, USA
‘…while I would debate some comments and conclusions, overall the book is thought provoking and insightful – definitely worth reading.’ The Aerospace Professional, Nawal Taneja is a career analyst of the global airline industry with wide-ranging experience in the aviation industry, academia, and public policy. To help airline executives become informed of new competitive games, the author analyzes numerous business sectors such as auto, hospitality, retail, technology, and entertainment. For example, relevant lessons can be learned from the strategic mistakes made by the US automakers. Likewise, emergent and compelling insights can be gained in superior customer experience from Ritz Carlton and Zappos, and in value-creating innovation from Cirque du Soleil and Zipcar. The book also features a multitiude of forewords from airlines and related businesses to provide readers with multiple perspectives on the changing landscape in the global airline industry. 2010 Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 354 pages 978-1-4094-0099-8 978-0-7546-9997-2 978-1-4094-8631-2 £35.00

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Why Can’t We Make Money in Aviation?
Adam M. Pilarski, AVITAS, USA
Seemingly since the beginning of aviation history there has been discussion and speculation on the remarkable inability of the industry to generate profits. The question as to how this is the case and how the industry managed to survive, let alone actually grow and prosper so far, is the subject of this book. Detailing the historical performance of the industry and critically exploring the various theories proposed to explain its lack of profitability, the book also looks to the future, with important recommendations regarding the better management of airlines. 2007 Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 260 pages 978-0-7546-4911-3 978-0-7546-8472-5 978-1-4094-8559-9 £35.00

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Aviation Business and Management
Air Transportation
A Management Perspective
Seventh Edition John G. Wensveen, Airline Visions, Arlington, Virginia, USA
Now in its Seventh Edition, Air Transportation: A Management Perspective by John Wensveen is a proven textbook that offers a comprehensive introduction to the theory and practice of air transportation management. Includes 58 b&w illustrations 2011 Paperback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 604 pages 978-1-4094-3063-6 978-1-4094-3064-3 978-1-4094-8682-4 £40.00

Airline Marketing and Management
Seventh Edition Stephen Shaw, SSA Ltd, Oxfordshire, UK
Airline Marketing and Management examines the principles of marketing and demonstrates the ways in which these principles can be applied to today’s airline industry. It has been thoroughly updated and expanded for this seventh edition, to keep pace with changes affecting the industry. Written in a straightforward, easy-to-read style and combining up-to-date and relevant examples drawn from the worldwide aviation industry, this new edition will further enhance the book’s reputation for providing the ideal introduction to the subject. Includes 4 b&w illustrations 2011 Paperback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 378 pages 978-1-4094-0149-0 978-1-4094-0148-3 978-1-4094-8668-8 £20.00

Aviation Markets
Studies in Competition and Regulatory Reform
David Starkie
Aviation Markets: Studies in Competition and Regulatory Reform is a collection of 17 papers selected from Starkie’s extensive writings over the last 25 years. Previously published material has been extensively edited and adapted, and combined with new material, published here for the first time. The book is divided into five sections, each featuring an original overview chapter, to better establish the background and also explain the papers’ wider significance including, wherever appropriate, their relevance to current policy issues. 2008 Paperback 246 pages 978-0-7546-7388-0 £25.00

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Airline Finance
Fourth Edition Peter S. Morrell, Air Transport Economics and Planning, UK
Thoroughly amended and updated throughout, the fourth edition reflects the many developments that have affected the industry, with a particular emphasis on the full impact of the global banking and sovereign debt crises. This edition also features new material discussing the increased airline mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity of recent years, and considers the likelihood of further consolidation in the future. Includes 28 b&w illustrations May 2013 Paperback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 328 pages 978-1-4094-5278-2 978-1-4094-5280-5 978-1-4094-7415-9 c. £30.00

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Buying the Big Jets
Fleet Planning for Airlines
Second Edition Paul Clark, Managing Director, Through The Looking Glass, Canada and UK

Aviation and Tourism
Implications for Leisure Travel
Edited by Anne Graham, University of Westminster, UK, Andreas Papatheodorou, University of the Aegean, Greece and Peter Forsyth, Monash University, Australia
First published in 2008, this book deals exclusively with issues related to the relationship between aviation and leisure travel. It does this with an analysis of the theoretical concepts relevant to the subject area combined with a detailed investigation of current practice within the aviation and tourism industries. Each chapter is illustrated with case study material that will reinforce the understanding of the issues that are being examined. 2010 Paperback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 408 pages 978-1-4094-0232-9 978-0-7546-9248-5 978-1-4094-8574-2 £30.00

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Selecting the right aircraft for an airline operation is a vastly complex process, involving a multitude of skills and considerable knowledge of the business. Buying The Big Jets was first published in 2001 to provide guidance to those involved in aircraft selection strategies. This Second Edition brings the picture fully up to date, incorporating new discussion on the strategies of low-cost carriers, and the significance of the aircraft cabin for long-haul operations. Latest developments in aircraft products are covered and there are fresh examples of best practice in airline fleet planning techniques. 2007 Paperback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 262 pages 978-0-7546-7091-9 978-0-7546-8380-3 978-1-4094-8493-6 £30.00

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Foundations of Airline Finance
Methodology and Practice
Bijan Vasigh, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, USA, Ken Fleming, Aviation Consulting Group, USA and Liam Mackay, Continental Airlines, USA
Foundations of Airline Finance: Methodology and Practice is a textbook that comprehensively covers, at a basic level, all aspects of the subject, bringing together many of the numerous and informative articles and institutional developments that have characterized the field of airline finance in the previous two decades. The book is of greatest value to students who are contemplating entering financial management in the air transportation industry; however, the text also serves as an accessible and comprehensive reference for industry professionals. 2010 Paperback 444 pages 978-0-7546-7770-3 £30.00

Aviation Human Factors
Aeromedical Transportation
A Clinical Guide
Second Edition T. Martin, Royal Hampshire County Hospital Winchester, UK
Still the only book published anywhere in the world devoted entirely to the principles of aeromedical transport, this second edition has been radically revised and updated. A very practical text, international in its approach, much of its content is devoted to clinical matters. The text is suitable for medical, paramedical and nursing personnel and for those working in organizations whose duties include the transportation of the sick and injured by air. Includes 50 b&w illustrations 2006 Paperback 312 pages 978-0-7546-4148-3 £30.00

Aviation Psychology in Practice
Edited by Neil Johnston, Nick McDonald and Ray Fuller
Seeks to extend the boundaries of aviation psychology in two interrelated ways: by broadening the focus of aviation psychology beyond the flight deck to the whole aviation system; and by discussing theoretical developments which are shaping this applied discipline. A key feature of these theoretical advances is that they are grounded in a more developed, ecologically valid, understanding of practice. 1997 Paperback 390 pages 978-1-84014-133-7 £40.00

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Introduction to Air Transport Economics
From Theory to Applications
Second Edition Bijan Vasigh, Ken Fleming and Thomas Tacker, all at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, USA
Here is a comprehensive textbook that applies economic theory to all aspects of the aviation industry. Extensively updated throughout, it features new coverage of macroeconomics for managers, expanded analysis of modern revenue management and pricing decisions, and also reflects developments that have occurred since the original’s publication. Instructors will find this edition easier to use in class, and suitable for a wider variety of undergraduate or graduate course structures. Industry practitioners will find it more intuitively organized and user friendly.

Beyond Aviation Human Factors
Safety in High Technology Systems
Daniel E. Maurino, James Reason, Neil Johnston and Rob B. Lee
A systemic organizational approach to safety can replace the hitherto piecemeal approaches. The book uses four linked case studies to enable readers to achieve this. It introduces Reason’s Model, applies it to the flight deck, aviation maintenance and air traffic control environment and suggests a set of practical tools for accident prevention. 1995 Paperback 192 pages 978-1-84014-948-7 £30.00

Aircraft Command Techniques
Gaining Leadership Skills to Fly the Left Seat
Sal J. Fallucco
Aircraft Command Techniques is a comprehensive examination of the characteristics of the experienced captain. Offering a wealth of practical guidance, it is an ideal platform for pilots or indeed, anyone interested in how leadership and management skills are used to achieve excellence. 2002 Paperback 228 pages 978-0-7546-1835-5 £30.00

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The Airline Training Pilot
Second Edition Tony Smallwood
A comprehensive working guide, offering techniques to training, learning and teaching in the airline environment. Focusing attention how to improve overall training effectiveness and efficiency. This book is aimed at everybody interested in improving their own standards and performance with special emphasis on learning/training/teaching methods and techniques. Essential reading for all airline and student pilots. 2000 Paperback 346 pages 978-0-7546-1413-5 £30.00

Culture at Work in Aviation and Medicine
National, Organizational and Professional Influences
Robert L. Helmreich and Ashleigh C. Merritt
Providing readers with an overview of fatigue, its impact and management for assessment and safety for aviation crews and managers in the operational setting. Coupled with countermeasures offering a “toolbox” of solutions to fatigue-related problems. Includes 6 b&w illustrations 2001 Paperback 332 pages 978-0-7546-1904-8 £30.00

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Straight and Level
Practical Airline Economics
Third Edition Stephen Holloway
This third edition of Straight and Level thoroughly updates the previous edition with extensive comments on recent industry developments and emerging business models. The discussion is illustrated by current examples drawn from all sectors of the industry and every region of the world. Anyone who wants to gain a deeper understanding of airline economics at a practical level and an insight into the reasons for its financial volatility should find the book of interest. 2008 Paperback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 614 pages 978-0-7546-7258-6 978-0-7546-9090-0 978-1-4094-8579-7 £30.00

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Fatigue in Aviation: A Guide to Staying Awake at the Stick
John A. Caldwell, Jr. and J. Lynn Caldwell, Consultants for Fatigue-Management in Military Aviation, Commercial/Civilian Air Operations, and Emergency Air-Ambulance Services
Studies in Aviation Psychology and Human Factors Providing readers with an overview of fatigue, its impact and management for assessment and safety for aviation crews and managers in the operational setting. Coupled with countermeasures offering a “toolbox” of solutions to fatigue-related problems. Includes 6 b&w illustrations 2003 Paperback 170 pages 978-0-7546-3300-6 £30.00

Human Factors in Multi-Crew Flight Operations
Harry W. Orlady and Linda M. Orlady
The book covers the air transport heritage starting with the beginning of airline operation, provides text and statistics covering the growth and present size of the air transport industry, both internationally and in the regional and trunk airlines of the United States, the evolutionary growth and expansion of human factors in aviation from World War I to the present time, discussion of current human factors problems in national and international air transport, current aviation safety problems and a look at the immediate future from the pilot’s point of view. 1999 Paperback 644 pages 978-0-291-39839-0 £30.00

The Limits of Expertise
Rethinking Pilot Error and the Causes of Airline Accidents
R. Key Dismukes, NASA Ames Research Center, USA, Benjamin A. Berman, NASA Ames Research Center, USA, and Loukia D. Loukopoulos, NASA Ames Research Center, USA
Ashgate Studies in Human Factors for Flight Operations The Limits of Expertise reports a study of the 19 major U.S. airline accidents from 1991-2000 in which the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) found crew error to be a causal factor. Each accident is reported in a separate chapter that examines events and crew actions and explores the cognitive processes in play at each step. 2007 Paperback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 364 pages 978-0-7546-4965-6 978-0-7546-8574-6 978-1-4094-8498-1 £25.00

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A Human Error Approach to Aviation Accident Analysis
The Human Factors Analysis and Classification System
Douglas A. Wiegmann, University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign, USA and Scott A. Shappell, FAA Civil Aerospace Medical Institute, USA
This comprehensive book provides the knowledge and tools required to conduct a human error analysis of accidents. Serving as an excellent reference guide for many safety professionals and investigators already in the field. 2003 Paperback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 182 pages 978-0-7546-1873-7 978-0-7546-8130-4 978-1-4094-6303-0 £20.00

Human Performance on the Flight Deck
Don Harris, HFI Solutions Ltd, UK
Taking an integrated, systems approach to human performance issues on the flight deck of the modern airliner, this book describes the inter-relationships between the various application areas of human factors, recognising that the human contribution to the operation of an airliner does not fall into neat pigeonholes. The relationship between areas such as pilot selection, training, flight deck design and safety management is continually emphasised. It also affirms the upside of human factors in aviation and avoids placing undue emphasis on when the human component fails. Includes 59 b&w illustrations 2011 Paperback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 384 pages 978-1-4094-2338-6 978-1-4094-2340-9 978-1-4094-8675-6 £35.00

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The Multitasking Myth
Handling Complexity in Real-World Operations
Loukia D. Loukopoulos, Key Dismukes and Immanuel Barshi, all at NASA Ames Research Center, USA
Ashgate Studies in Human Factors for Flight Operations Despite growing concern with the effects of concurrent task demands on human performance, and research demonstrating that these demands are associated with vulnerability to error, so far there has been only limited research into the nature and range of concurrent task demands in real-world settings. This book presents a set of NASA studies that characterize the nature of concurrent task demands confronting airline flight crews in routine operations, as opposed to emergency situations. The authors analyze these demands in light of what is known about cognitive processes, particularly those of attention and memory, with the focus upon inadvertent omissions of intended actions by skilled pilots. 2009 Paperback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 202 pages 978-0-7546-7997-4 978-0-7546-9412-0 978-1-4094-8591-9 £25.00

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Human Factors for Pilots
Second Edition Roger G. Green, Helen Muir, Melanie James, David Gradwell and Roger L. Green
A comprehensive but concise guide to this subject aimed both as a primer for the practising pilot. The book is divided into four major sections containing material from psychology, physiology and medicine. 1996 Paperback 150 pages 978-0-291-39827-7 £22.50

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Implementing Safety Management Systems in Aviation
Edited by Alan J. Stolzer, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, USA, Carl D. Halford, The MITRE Corporation, USA and John J. Goglia, Independent Safety Consultant
Ashgate Studies in Human Factors for Flight Operations In their first book, Safety Management Systems in Aviation, Stolzer, Halford, and Goglia provided a strong theoretical framework for SMS, along with a brief discourse on SMS implementation. This follow-up book (published 2011) provides a very brief overview of SMS and offers significant guidance and best practices on implementing SMS programs. Very specific guidance is provided by industry experts from government, industry, academia, and consulting, who share their invaluable insights from firsthand experience of all aspects of effective SMS programs. Includes 65 b&w illustrations April 2013 Paperback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 464 pages 978-1-4724-1279-9 978-1-4094-0166-7 978-1-4094-8669-5 £30.00

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Human Factors in Flight
Second Edition Frank H. Hawkins, formerly human factors consultant to KLM, edited by Harry W Orlady
This is the revised Second Edition of the pioneering book that helped ICAO to mastermind their Human Factors Digests, that enabled many to implement the Human Factors and Limitations regulations and syllabuses, and that has equipped thousands of students, instructors and experienced aviators with an in-depth knowledge of Human Factors technology. 1993 Paperback 384 pages 978-1-85742-135-4 £35.00

Safety Management Systems in Aviation
Alan J. Stolzer, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, USA, Carl D. Halford and John J. Goglia
Ashgate Studies in Human Factors for Flight Operations This timely and unique book covers the essential points of SMS. The knowledgeable authors go beyond merely defining it; they discuss the quality management underpinnings of SMS, the four pillars, risk management, reliability engineering, SMS implementation, and the scientific rigor that must be designed into proactive safety. This comprehensive work is designed as a textbook for the student of aviation safety, and is an invaluable reference tool for the SMS practitioner in any segment of aviation. 2008 Paperback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 322 pages 978-1-4094-1211-3 978-0-7546-9087-0 978-1-4094-8578-0 £25.00

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Human Factors Methods
A Practical Guide for Engineering and Design
Neville A. Stanton, University of Southampton, UK, Paul M. Salmon, University of the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia, Laura A. Rafferty, University of Southampton, Guy H. Walker, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, UK, Chris Baber, University of Birmingham, UK, and Daniel P . Jenkins, DCA Design International,UK
This second edition of Human Factors Methods: A Practical Guide for Engineering and Design now presents 107 design and evaluation methods including numerous refinements to those that featured in the original. The book acts as an ergonomics methods manual, aiding both students and practitioners. Offering a ‘how-to’ text on a substantial range of ergonomics methods, the eleven sections represent the different categories of ergonomics methods and techniques that can be used in the evaluation and design process. June 2013 Paperback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 720 pages 978-1-4094-5754-1 978-1-4094-5755-8 978-1-4724-0815-0 c. £45.00

Managing Maintenance Error
A Practical Guide
James Reason, The University of Manchester, UK and Alan Hobbs, NASA Ames and San Jose State University USA
A down-to-earth practitioner’s guide to managing maintenance error dealing with risks, human performance problems – their understanding and solution and creating a safety culture; for all in maintenance-critical environments. 2003 Paperback 198 pages 978-0-7546-1591-0 £20.00

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Pre-Accident Investigations
An Introduction to Organizational Safety
Todd Conklin, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA
Time-pressed, professionals looking for practical guidance to shape their current or future safety programs should use this book. Pre-Accident Investigations: An Introduction to Organizational Safety helps to identify complex potential incidents before they take place. Based around the ‘New View’ of human error, it offers established human performance theory in a highly practical context. Written in an engaging, conversational style, around several case studies, the book is grounded in reality, with examples with which anyone can identify. It is an ideal aid for senior safety executives who want to spread the safety message among their colleagues. It is also an excellent choice for course tutors looking for a narrative-led primer. Includes 5 b&w illustrations September 2012 Paperback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 156 pages 978-1-4094-4782-5 978-1-4094-4784-9 978-1-4094-8354-0 £20.00

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Managing the Risks of Organizational Accidents
James Reason, University of Manchester, UK
This lucid book presents a set of common principles to further our knowledge of the causes of major accidents in a wide variety of high technology systems. It also describes tools and techniques for managing the risks of such organizational accidents that go beyond those currently available to system managers and safety professionals. 1997 Paperback 266 pages 978-1-84014-105-4 £27.50

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The Human Contribution
Unsafe Acts, Accidents and Heroic Recoveries
James Reason, Professor Emeritus, University of Manchester, UK
The Human Contribution is vital reading for all professionals in high-consequence environments and for managers of any complex system. The book draws its illustrative material from a wide variety of hazardous domains, with the emphasis on healthcare reflecting the author’s focus on patient safety over the last decade. All students of human factors – however seasoned – will also find it an invaluable and thought-provoking read.

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Human Factors in Aviation
Beyond Aviation Human Factors Human Factors in Flight
Second Edition Frank H. Hawkins, formerly human factors consultant to KLM, Edited by Harry W Orlady
This is the revised Second Edition of the pioneering book that helped ICAO to mastermind their Human Factors Digests, that enabled many to implement the Human Factors and Limitations regulations and syllabuses, and that has equipped thousands of students, instructors and experienced aviators with an in-depth knowledge of Human Factors technology. 1993 Paperback 384 pages 978-1-85742-135-4 £35.00

Safety Culture
Building and Sustaining a Cultural Change in Aviation and Healthcare
Manoj S. Patankar, Jeffrey P . Brown, Edward J. Sabin and Thomas G. Bigda-Peyton
This book brings it all together; it is fresh, inspiring and to-the-point. The commonality between air traffic management and healthcare makes sense and together add up to the critical mass needed to impact positively on the development of Safety Culture in society. From the book it is easy to extract pragmatic guidelines for the people working hands on with Safety Culture.’ Billy Josefsson, Sr Advisor Air Traffic Management & Human Performance Manager, LFV, Sweden In Safety Culture: Building and Sustaining a Cultural Change in Aviation and Healthcare, the four authors draw upon their extensive teaching, research and field experience from multiple industries to describe the dynamic nature of a culture-change process, particularly in safety-critical domains. They use a “stories to numbers” approach that starts with felt experiences and stories of certain change programs that they have documented, then proceed to describe the use of key measurement tools that can be used to analyze the state of a change program. The book concludes with a description of empirical models that illustrate the dynamic nature of change programmes. Includes 23 b&w illustrations February 2012 Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 262 pages 978-0-7546-7237-1 978-1-4094-3771-0 978-1-4094-8691-6 £55.00

Safety in High Technology Systems
Daniel E. Maurino, James Reason, Neil Johnston and Rob B. Lee
A systemic organizational approach to safety can replace the hitherto piecemeal approaches. The book uses four linked case studies to enable readers to achieve this. It introduces Reason’s Model, applies it to the flight deck, aviation maintenance and air traffic control environment and suggests a set of practical tools for accident prevention. 1998 Paperback 192 pages 978-1-84014-948-7 £30.00

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Fatigue in Aviation: A Guide to Staying Awake at the Stick
John A. Caldwell, Jr. and J. Lynn Caldwell, Consultants for Fatigue-Management in Military Aviation, Commercial/Civilian Air Operations, and Emergency Air-Ambulance Services
Studies in Aviation Psychology and Human Factors Providing readers with an overview of fatigue, its impact and management for assessment and safety for aviation crews and managers in the operational setting. Coupled with countermeasures offering a “toolbox” of solutions to fatigue-related problems. Includes 6 b&w illustrations 2003 Paperback 170 pages 978-0-7546-3300-6 £30.00

Human Factors in Multi-Crew Flight Operations
Harry W. Orlady and Linda M. Orlady
The book covers the air transport heritage starting with the beginning of airline operation, provides text and statistics covering the growth and present size of the air transport industry, both internationally and in the regional and trunk airlines of the United States, the evolutionary growth and expansion of human factors in aviation from World War I to the present time, discussion of current human factors problems in national and international air transport, current aviation safety problems and a look at the immediate future from the pilot’s point of view. 1999 Paperback Hardback 644 pages 978-0-291-39839-0 978-0-291-39838-3 £30.00 £75.00

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A Human Error Approach to Aviation Accident Analysis
The Human Factors Analysis and Classification System
Douglas A. Wiegmann, University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign, USA and Scott A. Shappell, FAA Civil Aerospace Medical Institute, USA
This comprehensive book provides the knowledge and tools required to conduct a human error analysis of accidents. Serving as an excellent reference guide for many safety professionals and investigators already in the field. 2003 Paperback Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 182 pages 978-0-7546-1873-7 978-0-7546-1875-1 978-0-7546-8130-4 978-1-4094-6303-0 £20.00 £65.00

Human Performance on the Flight Deck
Don Harris, HFI Solutions Ltd, UK

Situational Awareness
Edited by Eduardo Salas and Aaron S. Dietz, both at University of Central Florida, USA
Critical Essays on Human Factors in Aviation This volume is a collection of the most important essays in the field of situational awareness research and practice. The essays address the conceptual development of situational awareness, methods for its assessment, and applications to enhance situational awareness through training and design. They also take in to account the burgeoning research in this field resulting from the human performance challenges associated with the installation of advanced avionics systems in modern aircraft. Includes 24 previously published journal articles 2011 Hardback 544 pages 978-0-7546-2973-3 £160.00

‘The book is essential reading for human factors instructors but it provides also a good starting point to those readers who have only basic knowledge about human factors. This book will be a classic in the field of human factors books.’ FinnAir Safety Taking an integrated, systems approach to human performance issues on the flight deck of the modern airliner, this book describes the inter-relationships between the various application areas of human factors, recognising that the human contribution to the operation of an airliner does not fall into neat pigeonholes. The relationship between areas such as pilot selection, training, flight deck design and safety management is continually emphasised. It also affirms the upside of human factors in aviation and avoids placing undue emphasis on when the human component fails. Includes 59 b&w illustrations 2011 Paperback Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 384 pages 978-1-4094-2338-6 978-1-4094-2339-3 978-1-4094-2340-9 978-1-4094-8675-6 £35.00 £75.00

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Human Factors for Pilots
Second Edition Roger G. Green, Helen Muir, Melanie James, David Gradwell and Roger L. Green
A comprehensive but concise guide to this subject aimed both as a primer for the practising pilot. The book is divided into four major sections containing material from psychology, physiology and medicine. 1996 Paperback 150 pages 978-0-291-39827-7 £22.50

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FORTHCOMING: MAY 2013 Operational Decision-making in High-hazard Organizations
Drawing a Line in the Sand
Jan Hayes, Australian National University, Australia
This book is an enormously valuable addition to the literature on high reliability organizations.’ Andrew Hopkins, Emeritus Professor of Sociology, Australian National University, Canberra This book describes research on safety-related decision-making by operations supervisory personnel in three different high-hazard industries, and features a case study illustrating each: a chemical plant, a nuclear power station and an air-navigation service provider. The focus of this research is unique: those who supervise the frontline personnel and essentially provide the organizational link between senior management and minute-by-minute system operations. Includes 1 figure and 5 tables May 2013 Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 186 pages 978-1-4094-2384-3 978-1-4094-2385-0 978-1-4094-7412-8 c. £55.00

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NEW Trapping Safety into Rules
How Desirable or Avoidable is Proceduralization?
Edited by Corinne Bieder, Airbus, France and Mathilde Bourrier, University of Geneva, Switzerland
‘Procedures are by some seen as a panacea for all safety problems, while others realise that they are a double-edged solution that hinders as much as it helps. The book provides a refreshing analysis of the basic practical and theoretical issues, and is a valuable reference for people who recognise the difference between working to rule and working safely.’ Erik Hollnagel, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark Once safety is involved, there seems to be an irresistible push towards more norms, procedures and processes, whatever the context. This book is not a plea against proceduralization, but it does take the view that it is time to reassess how far it can still go and to what benefit. There is a growing suspicion that the path taken might in fact lead to a dead end, unless the concept of procedure and the conditions under which procedures develop are revisited.

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The Handbook of Operator Fatigue
Edited by Gerald Matthews, University of Cincinnati, Ohio, USA, Paula A. Desmond, Dell Inc., USA, Catherine Neubauer, University of Cincinnati, Ohio, USA and P .A. Hancock, University of Central Florida, USA
‘This is a comprehensive, academic account of a ‘hidden killer’ and one which deserves study. More than that though, organisations should take its lessons to heart and act on them.’ The ROSPA Occupational Safety & Health Journal The Handbook of Operator Fatigue provides a comprehensive account of this subject to serve as the definitive reference work for researchers, students and practitioners alike. The volume features 30 chapters written by experts to address each important facet of fatigue, including: the scale of the fatigue problem, the nature of fatigue, how to assess fatigue, the impact of fatigue on health, fatigue in the workplace, the neurological basis of fatigue, sleep disorders, and the design of countermeasures to fatigue. Includes 65 b&w illustrations June 2012 Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 530 pages 978-0-7546-7537-2 978-1-4094-4265-3 978-1-4094-8700-5 £80.00

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The Handbook of Human-Machine Interaction
A Human-Centered Design Approach
Edited by Guy A. Boy, Florida Institute of Technology, USA, Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition, and NASA Kennedy Space Center, USA
‘The Handbook of Human-Machine Interaction includes timely and thoughtful chapters covering the essentials: Analysis, Design and Evaluation. Leading and emerging researchers in both Europe and the United States provide substantive and sometimes provocative perspectives in a field dedicated to building human-friendly technology in an ever more complex world.’ Thomas Sheridan, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA The Handbook of Human-Machine Interaction features 20 original chapters and a conclusion focusing on human-machine interaction (HMI) from analysis, design and evaluation perspectives. It offers a comprehensive range of principles, methods, techniques and tools to provide a clear knowledge of the current academic and industry practice and debate that define the field. Physical, cognitive, social and emotional aspects are considered throughout and the text is illustrated by key application domains such as aviation, automotive, medicine and defence. Includes 119 b&w illustrations 2011 Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 478 pages 978-0-7546-7580-8 978-1-4094-1171-0 978-1-4094-8660-2 £75.00

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Human Factors in Aviation

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Ashgate StUdIes In HUman FaCtoRs foR FlIght OpeRatIons
Series Editors: R. Key Dismukes, formerly NASA Ames Research Center, California, USA, Capt. Daniel E. Maurino, formerly International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and Sidney Dekker, Griffith University, Australia
Ashgate Studies in Human Factors for Flight Operations is a series dedicated to publishing high-quality monographs and edited volumes which contribute to the objective of improving the safe and efficient operation of aircraft. The series will achieve this by disseminating new theoretical and empirical research from specialists in all relevant fields of aviation human factors. Its foundation will be in applied psychology, presenting new developments and applications in such established fields as CRM, SA and decision-making. It will also encompass many other crucial areas such as fatigue and stress, the social environment, SMS, design, technology, communication and training. Submitted work relevant to the objective of the series will be considered for publication by the board of editors. The series is intended for an international readership and so books with a broad geographical appeal are especially encouraged. For more information on this series please visit www.ashgate.com/humanfactorsforflightoperations

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Misunderstandings in ATC Communication
Language, Cognition, and Experimental Methodology
Immanuel Barshi, NASA Ames Research Center, USA and Candace Farris, McGill University, Canada
Misunderstandings in ATC Communication offers an in-depth report of a seminal study in aviation communication, which until now has only been available in the form of an unpublished dissertation. In addition, it offers a recent extension of that work, the authors’ reflections on the research process, and a thorough review of the aviation communication literature. Graduate students and researchers who wish to address real-world problems will appreciate the simple elegance of the study’s experimental paradigm. Includes 39 b&w illustrations May 2013 Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 268 pages 978-0-7546-7973-8 978-0-7546-9933-0 978-1-4094-7410-4 £60.00

Aviation Visual Perception
Research, Misperception and Mishaps
Randy Gibb, United States Air Force Academy, USA, Rob Gray, University of Birmingham, UK and Lauren Scharff, United States Air Force Academy, USA
This book is the first dedicated to visual perception in aviation. It includes the foundations of visual and vestibular sensation and perception; how visual perceptual abilities are assessed in pilots; the pilot’s perspective of visual flying; a summary of relevant human factors research; examples of specific visual and vestibular illusions and misperceptions; mishap analyses; and, finally, how this knowledge is being used to better understand visual perception in aviation’s next generation. 2010 Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 312 pages 978-0-7546-7497-9 978-0-7546-9891-3 978-1-4094-8627-5 £55.00

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Implementing Safety Management Systems in Aviation
Edited by Alan J. Stolzer, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, USA, Carl D. Halford, The MITRE Corporation, USA and John J. Goglia, Independent Safety Consultant
In their first book, Safety Management Systems in Aviation, Stolzer, Halford, and Goglia provided a strong theoretical framework for SMS, along with a brief discourse on SMS implementation. This follow-up book provides a very brief overview of SMS and offers significant guidance and best practices on implementing SMS programs. Very specific guidance is provided by industry experts from government, industry, academia, and consulting, who share their invaluable insights from first-hand experience of all aspects of effective SMS programs. Includes 65 b&w illustrations 2011 Paperback Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 464 pages 978-1-4724-1279-9 978-1-4094-0165-0 978-1-4094-0166-7 978-1-4094-8669-5 £30.00 £65.00

www.ashgate.com/isbn/9780754679738

The Multitasking Myth
Handling Complexity in Real-World Operations
Loukia D. Loukopoulos, R. Key Dismukes and Immanuel Barshi, all at NASA Ames Research Center, USA
Despite growing concern with the effects of concurrent task demands on human performance, and research demonstrating that these demands are associated with vulnerability to error, so far there has been only limited research into the nature and range of concurrent task demands in real-world settings. This book presents a set of NASA studies that characterize the nature of concurrent task demands confronting airline flight crews in routine operations, as opposed to emergency situations. The authors analyze these demands in light of what is known about cognitive processes, particularly those of attention and memory, with the focus upon inadvertent omissions of intended actions by skilled pilots. 2009 Paperback Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 202 pages 978-0-7546-7997-4 978-0-7546-7382-8 978-0-7546-9412-0 978-1-4094-8591-9 £25.00 £65.00

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e-Learning in Aviation
Suzanne K. Kearns, University of Western Ontario, Canada
e-Learning is extremely cost-effective and therefore an attractive alternative to traditional classroom instruction. However, e-learning only saves money if the training is effective. Addressing this issue directly, e-Learning in Aviation explores the characteristics of computer-based course design and multimedia that are associated with improved learning. It then provides guidance regarding how to use research-based instructional design principles to plan, design, develop, and implement an e-Learning course within an aviation organization and continually evaluate whether or not the course is accomplishing instructional goals. 2010 Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 194 pages 978-0-7546-7879-3 978-0-7546-9734-3 978-1-4094-8648-0 £55.00

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The Limits of Expertise
Rethinking Pilot Error and the Causes of Airline Accidents
R. Key Dismukes, Benjamin A. Berman and Loukia D. Loukopoulos, all at NASA Ames Research Center, USA
The Limits of Expertise reports a study of the 19 major U.S. airline accidents from 1991-2000 in which the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) found crew error to be a causal factor. Each accident is reported in a separate chapter that examines events and crew actions and explores the cognitive processes in play at each step. 2007 Paperback Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 364 pages 978-0-7546-4965-6 978-0-7546-4964-9 978-0-7546-8574-6 978-1-4094-8498-1 £25.00 £65.00

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Safety Management Systems in Aviation

Alan J. Stolzer, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, USA, Carl D. Halford and John J. Goglia
This timely and unique book covers the essential points of SMS. The knowledgeable authors go beyond merely defining it; they discuss the quality management underpinnings of SMS, the four pillars, risk management, reliability engineering, SMS implementation, and the scientific rigour that must be designed into proactive safety. This comprehensive work is designed as a textbook for the student of aviation safety, and is an invaluable reference tool for the SMS practitioner in any segment of aviation. 2008 Paperback Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 322 pages 978-1-4094-1211-3 978-0-7546-7304-0 978-0-7546-9087-0 978-1-4094-8578-0 £25.00 £65.00

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Aviation Psychology, Training and Selection
FORTHCOMING: JULY 2013

Aeromedical Psychology
Edited by Carrie H. Kennedy, University of Virginia, USA and Gary G. Kay, Cognitive Research Corporation, USA
‘By compiling such an impressive group of internationally recognized authors, Kennedy and Kay have produced a much-needed volume that comprehensively covers both clinical and non-clinical aspects of Aeromedical Psychology. This text is destined to become the standard reference for aeromedical specialists regardless of their professional backgrounds. The chapters on selection, assessment, substance abuse, motivation to fly, airsickness, fatigue and aging were particularly noteworthy. Jeffrey L. Moore, Navy Medicine Operational Training Center, USA Aeromedical psychology is that branch of psychology pertaining to the assessment, selection and evaluation of aviation personnel. This book, Aeromedical Psychology, is designed to provide the means for a variety of clinicians to carry out sound assessment and selection procedures, perform informed evaluations and make subsequent recommendations regarding flight status and treatment strategies geared to the aviation environment. To facilitate a dynamic understanding of the field, the book emphasizes an integration of applications and theory, case examples and research. The book is divided into three parts. The first presents assessment and selection procedures for aviation personnel (i.e. air traffic controllers, flight officers and pilots) and astronauts and the many ways in which both psychologists and psychiatrists are involved in these roles. In the second part, the waiver standards put forth by both the FAA and the various branches of the military are presented, as well as the waiver decision process. Clinical issues unique to aviation – notably fear of flying, motivation to fly and airsickness – are addressed, as well as possible courses of intervention, treatment and disposition. In the final part, more specialized issues pertaining to aeromedical psychology are dealt with, namely the psychopharmacological research and regulations applicable to recreational pilots and aviation personnel, managing the aftermath of aviation mishaps and the psychologist’s role in accident investigations. Includes 5 b&w figures July 2013 Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 352 pages 978-0-7546-7590-7 978-0-7546-7594-5 978-1-4724-0125-0 c. £70.00

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• Unique book designed to inform a variety of clinicians involved with the assessment, selection and evaluation of aviation personnel. Comprehensive range of topics covered by clinical specialists primarily from within US official bodies.

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Aircraft Command Techniques
Gaining Leadership Skills to Fly the Left Seat
Sal J. Fallucco
Aircraft Command Techniques is a comprehensive examination of the characteristics of the experienced captain. Offering a wealth of practical guidance, it is an ideal platform for pilots or indeed, anyone interested in how leadership and management skills are used to achieve excellence. 2002 Paperback 228 pages 978-0-7546-1835-5 £30.00

Flight Simulation
Virtual Environments in Aviation
Alfred T. Lee, Beta Research Inc, Los Gatos, CA, USA
This book provides a review and analysis of the relevant engineering and science supporting the design and use of advanced flight simulation technologies. It includes chapters reviewing key simulation areas such as visual scene, motion, and sound simulation and a chapter analyzing the role of recreating the pilot’s task environment in the overall effectiveness of simulators. The design and use of flight simulation are addressed in chapters on the effectiveness of flight simulators in training and on the role of physical and psychological fidelity in simulator design. The problems inherent in the ground-based simulation of flight are also reviewed as are promising developments in flight simulation technology and the important role flight simulators play in advanced aviation research. Includes 22 b&w illustrations 2005 Hardback 150 pages 978-0-7546-4287-9 £55.00

Mechanisms in the Chain of Safety
Research and Operational Experiences in Aviation Psychology
Edited by Alex de Voogt, American Museum of Natural History, USA and Teresa D’Oliveira, Instituto Superior de Psicologia Aplicada, Portugal
‘This volume should appeal to aviation professionals (human factors experts, safety managers, pilots, air traffic control officers, air navigation service providers, etc.) and academics, researchers, graduates and post-graduates in human factors and psychology. And, although it was written primarily for the aviation industry, it may well be of interest to other high-risk, dynamic activities that need to present effective and safe outcomes to the public in general and stakeholders in particular.’ RoSPA Occupational Safety & Health Journal Contemporary approaches to aviation safety show a dynamic endeavour to identify a variety of components that minimize the emergence of adverse situations. In this process there has always been a strong interrelation between these components and it allows us to talk about a chain of safety. This volume presents the most recent efforts in this chain of safety streaming from both the industry and academia, as well as the future challenges for operational settings. Includes 46 b&w illustrations January 2012 Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 186 pages 978-1-4094-1254-0 978-1-4094-1255-7 978-1-4094-8690-9 £55.00

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Aviation Psychology in Practice

Edited by Neil Johnston, Nick McDonald and Ray Fuller
Seeks to extend the boundaries of aviation psychology in two interrelated ways: by broadening the focus of aviation psychology beyond the flight deck to the whole aviation system; and by discussing new theoretical developments which are shaping this applied discipline. A key feature of these theoretical advances is that they are grounded in a more developed, ecologically valid, understanding of practice. 1997 Paperback 390 pages 978-1-84014-133-7 £40.00

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Simulation in Aviation Training
Edited by Florian Jentsch, Michael Curtis and Eduardo Salas, all at University of Central Florida, USA
Critical Essays on Human Factors in Aviation This volume provides a mix of classic articles and recent writings on a broad range of topics, selected from decades of critical research within the field of simulation training in aviation. Includes 25 previously published journal articles 2011 Hardback 540 pages 978-0-7546-2887-3 £160.00

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Safety and Quality in Medical Transport Systems
Creating an Effective Culture Edited by John W. Overton, Jr. and Eileen Frazer, Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems, USA
The Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems (CAMTS) has been accrediting air and ground transport services since 1991. One of the most significant needs the Commission has recognized is to assist transport services in creating a culture that supports safety and quality for both crews and patients. Most of the helicopter EMS (emergency medical service) accidents and many ground ambulance accidents can be attributed to human factors and systems designs that lead to poor decision-making. Management commitment is vital to create and maintain a culture that supports risk assessment, accountability, professionalism and organizational dynamics. This reference book has been created by CAMTS to address this need directly and comprehensively. It offers a groundbreaking collection of expert insights and practical solutions that can be used by EMS, Fire and Rescue, public and private services, and professional emergency and transport professionals worldwide. Quoting from the foreword written by the late Robert L. Helmreich, Professor Emeritus of Psychology at The University of Texas Human Factors Research Project, ‘This is an important book which should be required reading for everyone involved in patient transport, from managers and dispatchers to those at the sharp end… The experienced and able authors and editors of this work use culture as the overarching concept needed to maximize safety while delivering patients expeditiously.’

About the editors
John W. Overton, Jr. earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University and his Medical Doctor degree from the University of Virginia. After initial years in residency training, followed by six years of full-time inner-city emergency medicine that fostered interest in trauma care, Dr. Overton returned to residency training, completing general and cardiothoracic surgical residencies. His interests in trauma consulting and improving trauma care have continued throughout his career. He was one of the earliest adopters of a regional trauma database in the 1980s and contributed to the development of the National Cardiac Surgical Database in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Dr. Overton’s surgical career has been influenced by his life-long interest in aviation and safety, employing aviation safety principles he learned as a pilot to improve surgical care. He has been a general aviation pilot for over three decades. Following his retirement from clinical surgery, Dr. Overton remains an active pilot and teaches medical and surgical colleagues principles of safety and risk management. He is a former member of the board of directors for the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems, and in 2011 he was appointed to serve as the interim medical officer for the National Transportation Safety Board. He is a proponent of a just culture and teaches the subjects of Just Culture and Threat and Error Management to medical, surgical and transport teams. Eileen Frazer, R.N., Certified Medical Transport Executive; former chief flight nurse, chairperson for the Association of Air Medical Services’ (AAMS) Safety Committee that worked jointly in 1988 with the Helicopter Association International, the National Transportation Safety Board and the Federal Aviation Administration to develop a feasibility study that led to the development of the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems (CAMTS) in 1990; executive director of CAMTS since its inception. Throughout her career, Ms Frazer has consulted with major hospitals and university centers regarding the training of air medical personnel in air medical safety and preparation of patients for air transport. Active in the State of Pennsylvania, she assisted in writing the rules and regulations for Air Ambulance (EMS – Act 45) for the state of Pennsylvania and served on the State of PA Nursing Advisory Board from 1985-1990. Currently, as executive director of CAMTS, Ms Frazer continues to author policies and standards that guide the CAMTS accreditation process and has a regular feature in the Air Medical Journal and continues to publish and speak on medical transport quality, safety, and just culture.

Key Points
• • Original reference and guide to creating an effective safety culture in medical transport organizations. Designed by and drawing on the extensive experience of the members of the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems (CAMTS).

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Aviation Medicine

Aeromedical Transportation
A Clinical Guide
Second Edition T. Martin, Royal Hampshire County Hospital Winchester, UK
‘ The author said that the book “is intended as a basic primer for those who seek to work in transfer and retrieval medicine”. He foresees the next decade as an” exciting time for the academic development of the subject” – one that will see “postgraduates with masters and doctorates in patient transportation”.’ Aerosafety World Still the only book published anywhere in the world devoted entirely to the principles of aeromedical transport, this second edition has been radically revised and updated. A very practical text, international in its approach, much of its content is devoted to clinical matters. The text is suitable for medical, paramedical and nursing personnel and for those working in organizations whose duties include the transportation of the sick and injured by air. Includes 50 b&w illustrations 2006 Paperback 312 pages 978-0-7546-4148-3 £30.00

Aviation Mental Health
Psychological Implications for Air Transportation
Edited by Robert Bor, Royal Free Hospital London, UK and Todd Hubbard, Oklahoma State University, USA
‘In summary, this is a very comprehensive but readable book. As well as being of value to all those interested in aviation, especially those with responsibility for crew-duties and shift patterns, for psychiatrists and psychologists working with aircrew and cabin crew it should be required reading.’ Occupational Medicine This book provides an authoritative and practical guide to the assessment, management, treatment and care of pilots and other professional groups within aviation, covering a range of relevant topics, for health and human resources practitioners working in the airline industry. Includes 9 b&w illustrations 2006 Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 376 pages 978-0-7546-4371-5 978-0-7546-8143-4 978-1-4094-8491-2 £65.00

The Neurosciences and the Practice of Aviation Medicine
Edited by Anthony N. Nicholson, King’s College London, UK
‘The Editor and the assembled authors have accomplished a masterful task in relating the neurosciences to the practice of aviation medicine. This volume lays out the anatomical and functional basis in the nervous system for most of the neurological diagnoses which may be encountered in the care and qualification of those who would fly. From the neurological examination through common problems such as headache, vision and hearing reduction, hypoxia and disorientation, to the more complicated states of sleep, wakefulness, consciousness and awareness of the airman, the causes are outlined and then the reader is led to the qualification decision. This volume should be a welcome addition to the library of all the disciplines involved in Aviation Medicine, and particularly to physicians in the practice of aviation medicine.’ Charles Berry, Past President, Aerospace Medical Association

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This book brings the neurosciences to aviation and is concerned with the physiology, pathology and clinical aspects of exposure to altitude (including mountaineering), linear and angular accelerations, and circadian desynchrony. The text relates the potential effects of the environment to disorders of the central nervous system that are directly relevant to individuals operating in the aviation domain. With this integration the implications of disorders of the central nervous system to aircrew are explored and current management and therapeutics discussed Includes 17 colour and 121 b&w illustrations 2011 Hardback 524 pages 978-0-7546-7292-0 £90.00

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Aeromedical Psychology
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Maintenance
Applied Human Factors in Aviation Maintenance
Manoj S. Patankar, Saint Louis University, USA and James C. Taylor, Los Altos, USA
‘…the authors have been able to illustrate human factors issues in aviation maintenance in an interesting and constructive way. This book will appeal to a broad audience with its blend of theory, carefully chosen examples, and exercises designed to assist readers with the application of human factors principles in aviation maintenance settings.’ Professor Gerard Fogarty, University of Southern Queensland, Australia Provides practicing aviation personnel with guidelines for using human factors principles, covering the work environment, decision-making and its effects on the organization, and the minimization of errors. Includes 14 b&w illustrations 2004 Hardback 170 pages 978-0-7546-1940-6 £55.00

Risk Management and Error Reduction in Aviation Maintenance
Manoj S. Patankar, Saint Louis University, USA and James C. Taylor, Santa Clara University, USA
A comprehensive publication providing practical guidelines to develop a sustainable safety culture for student and practising aviation personnel; addresses and provides tools for error reduction and recovery, return on investment for risk management programs. This book serves as a practical guide as well as an academic textbook – a ‘must have’ for anyone involved in aviation maintenance. 2003 Hardback 232 pages 978-0-7546-1941-3 £55.00

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Managing Maintenance Error
A Practical Guide
James Reason, The University of Manchester, UK and Alan Hobbs, NASA Ames and San Jose State University USA
‘…written by two world renowned experts, its contents are applicable to all technologically driven industries. The reader will find it rewarding and it will undoubtedly provide a valuable resource for the understanding and investigation of human error contribution to accidents...should be recommended reading for all involved with management, supervision, training and front line duties involving maintenance, repair and overhaul activities.’ The Aerospace Professional A down-to-earth practitioner’s guide to managing maintenance error dealing with risks, human performance problems – their understanding and solution and creating a safety culture; for all in maintenance-critical environments. 2003 Paperback Hardback 198 pages 978-0-7546-1591-0 978-0-7546-1590-3 £20.00 £65.00

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Aviation Systems and Operations
Airline Operations and Delay Management
Insights from Airline Economics, Networks and Strategic Schedule Planning
Cheng-Lung Wu, University of New South Wales, Australia
Airline Operations and Delay Management fills a gap within the area of airline schedule planning by addressing the close relationships between network development, economic driving forces, schedule demands and operational complexity. The pursuit of robust airline scheduling and reliable airline operations is discussed in light of the future trends of airline scheduling and technology applications in airline operations. 2010 Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 254 pages 978-0-7546-7293-7 978-0-7546-9190-7 978-1-4094-8624-4

Airline Operations and Scheduling
Second Edition Massoud Bazargan, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, USA
This book demystifies operations and scheduling within airlines, presenting easy-to-understand models, applied to practical examples. After introducing the key issues, it offers an objective review of the various optimization models adopted in practice. Each model provides solutions to a range of scenarios, with case studies similar to those experienced by commercial airlines. Using unique source material and interviews with alumni working at operations and scheduling departments of various airlines, this solution-orientated approach has been used on many courses with outstanding feedback. 2010 Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 302 pages 978-0-7546-7900-4 978-0-7546-9772-5 978-1-4094-8637-4 £55.00

Understanding Decisionmaking Processes in Airline Operations Control
Peter J. Bruce, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
‘An excellent study which underlines the complexity of airline operations and, most importantly, the potential effectiveness of airline operational control centres (OCC) which have to respond to singular or multiple disruptions. These can vary enormously and challenge some of the best prepared and trained OCC teams. Understanding airline policies, developing plans and checklists, training, integrating information systems for situational awareness and effective two-way communications are essential for a successful outcome.’ Chris Peet, VP Network Control & Logistics (retired) Emirates Airline Understanding Decision-Making Processes in Airline Operations Control focuses on an area largely overlooked: an airline’s Operations Control Centre (OCC). This serves as the nerve centre of the airline and is responsible for decision-making with respect to operational control of an airline’s daily schedules. The book examines many aspects of individual decision-making in airline operations, and addresses the deficiencies found by presenting to the reader an examination of the relationships among situation awareness, information completeness, experience, expertise, decision considerations and decision alternatives in OCCs. Includes 14 b&w illustrations 2011 Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 206 pages 978-1-4094-1148-2 978-1-4094-1149-9 978-1-4094-8677-0 £55.00

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British Aviation Posters
Art, Design and Flight
Scott Anthony and Oliver Green
‘...lovely and interesting book...the story of an airline and, by extension, the country whose flag it flew...takes you to depths you could have hardly suspected from its title alone and offers many hours of fruitful discovery.’ Sabu Advani, speedreaders.info From Futurism and Modernism to Art Deco and Surrealism, aviation was from its earliest days inextricably linked with revolutionary new ways of seeing the world. Focusing on the golden age of British civil aviation, British Aviation Posters shows how art and design was applied with great creativity and style to develop and promote aviation in the UK and beyond. Includes 151 colour and 30 b&w illustrations July 2012 Hardback LUND HUMPHRIES 200 pages 978-1-84822-084-3 £35.00

British Naval Aviation
The First 100 Years
Edited by Tim Benbow, King’s College London, UK
Corbett Centre for Maritime Policy Studies Series ‘… this book must be read by everyone who has an interest in the history of the Royal Navy and those who take an intelligent interest in British defence issues during the twenty-first century, the arguments described are unlikely to end for many years to come. I recommend this book highly.’ The Mariner’s Mirror Taking a broadly chronological approach, this collection explores key events and issues of British naval aviation, from the Admiralty’s first order for an airship in 1909 through to debates concerning replacement aircraft carriers in the early twenty-first century. In so doing, the volume offers fascinating insights into one of the most important aspects of defence policy and Britain’s military history, which is sure to stimulate further scholarly debate. 2011 Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 248 pages 978-1-4094-0612-9 978-1-4094-3037-7 978-1-4094-8236-9 £60.00

Land Based Air Power or Aircraft Carriers?
A Case Study of the British Debate about Maritime Air Power in the 1960s
Gjert Lage Dyndal, Royal Norwegian Airforce Academy, Norway
Corbett Centre for Maritime Policy Studies Series ‘Meticulously researched and engagingly written, this new work by Gjert Dyndal is a comprehensive historical investigation of the British maritime air power debate that took place in the 1960s. Dyndal has taken advantage of recently declassified archival material to bring to light the complexity and dynamics of this most fascinating period in British strategic thinking.’ Chief of [the Australian] Air Force’s Reading List Drawing upon a wealth of previously classified documents, the book reveals how the Admiralty and Air Ministry became interlocked in a bitter political struggle over which of their military strategies could best meet Britain’s future foreign policy challenges. Providing an important and balanced overview of the complex issues involved, it offers not only a better understanding of Cold War political and military history, but highlights debates that are still highly relevant in the twenty-first century. Includes 10 b&w illustrations May 2012 Hardback ebook PDF ebook ePUB 230 pages 978-1-4094-3335-4 978-1-4094-3336-1 978-1-4094-8310-6 £60.00

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Index
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Abdelghany, Ahmed.......................................................10 Abdelghany, Khaled.......................................................10 Aeromedical Psychology................................................14 Aeromedical Transportation...........................................16 Aircraft Command Techniques......................................14 Airline Finance...................................................................9 Airline Marketing and Management...............................7 Airline Operations and Delay Management.................17 Airline Operations and Scheduling...............................17 Airport Competition........................................................10 Airport Marketing............................................................10 Air Transport and the Environment.................................8 Air Transportation..............................................................2 Air Transport in the 21st Century..................................10 Air Transport Provision in Remoter Regions..................7 Altfeld, Hans-Henrich......................................................3 Anthony, Scott.................................................................18 Applied Human Factors in Aviation Maintenance.......17 Aviation and Tourism........................................................7 Aviation Mental Health..................................................16 Aviation Project Management.........................................3 Aviation Psychology in Practice....................................14 Aviation Visual Perception.............................................13

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Gibb, Randy.....................................................................13 Gillen, David................................................................5, 10 Goglia, John J.................................................................13 Gradwell, David...............................................................11 Graham, Anne...................................................................7 Gray, Rob .........................................................................13 Green, Oliver....................................................................18 Green, Roger G................................................................11 Green, Roger L................................................................11 Gross, Sven.......................................................................6

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Neubauer, Catherin........................................................12 Neurosciences and the Practice of Aviation Medicine......................................................................16 Nicholson, Anthony N....................................................16 Niemeier, Hans-Martin..............................................5, 10

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O’Connell, John F...........................................................10 Operational Decision-making in High-hazard Organizations.............................................................12 Orlady, Harry W..............................................................11 Orlady, Linda M...............................................................11 Oswald, Sharon L.............................................................3 Overton, John W.............................................................15

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Halford, Carl D................................................................13 Hancock, P .A...................................................................12 Handbook of Human-Machine Interaction, The.........12 Handbook of Operator Fatigue, The..............................12 Harris, Don......................................................................11 Hawkins, Frank H...........................................................11 Hayes, Jan.......................................................................12 Hobbs, Alan.....................................................................17 Holloway, Stephen...........................................................7 Hoppe, Elizabeth A...........................................................3 Hubbard, Todd................................................................16 Human Error Approach to Aviation Accident Analysis, A..................................................................11 Human Factors for Pilots................................................11 Human Factors in Flight.................................................11 Human Factors in Multi-Crew Flight Operations........11 Human Performance on the Flight Deck......................11 Hüschelrath, Kai...............................................................5

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Papatheodorou, Andreas.................................................7 Passenger Has Gone Digital and Mobile, The.............10 Patankar, Manoj S....................................................11, 17 Pilarski, Adam M............................................................10

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Barshi, Immanuel...........................................................13 Bartsch, Ronald I.C..........................................................8 Bazargan, Massoud.......................................................17 Benbow, Tim...................................................................18 Bennett, Simon.................................................................2 Berman, Benjamin A......................................................13 Beyond Aviation Human Factors...................................11 Bieder, Corinne...............................................................12 Bigda-Peyton, Thomas G. .............................................11 Bor, Robert.......................................................................16 Boy, Guy A.......................................................................12 Bråthen, Svein..................................................................7 British Aviation Posters..................................................18 British Naval Aviation.....................................................18 Brown, Jeffrey P ..............................................................11 Bruce, Peter J..................................................................17 Buying the Big Jets.........................................................10

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Reason, James..........................................................11, 17 Rhoades, Dawna L...........................................................7 Risk Management and Corporate Sustainability in Aviation.....................................................................3 Risk Management and Error Reduction in Aviation Maintenance...............................................................17

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Implementing Safety Management Systems in Aviation...................................................................13 Innovative Thinking in Risk, Crisis, and Disaster Management................................................................2 International Aviation Law.............................................. 8 Introduction to Air Transport Economics.......................4

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Sabin, Edward J..............................................................11 Safety and Quality in Medical Transport Systems.......15 Safety Culture..................................................................11 Safety Management Systems in Aviation....................13 Salas, Eduardo..........................................................11, 14 Scharff, Lauren...............................................................13 Shappell, Scott A............................................................11 Shaw, Stephen..................................................................7 Simulation in Aviation Training.....................................14 Situational Awareness....................................................11 Spreen, Wesley E..............................................................7 Stolzer, Alan J.................................................................13 Stormy Skies......................................................................7 Straight and Level..............................................................7

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Caldwell, J. Lynn.............................................................11 Caldwell, John A.............................................................11 Clark, Paul...................................................................7, 10 Commercial Aircraft Projects...........................................3 Curtis, Michael................................................................14

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James, Melanie...............................................................11 Jarach, David..................................................................10 Jentsch, Florian..............................................................14 Johnston, Neil...........................................................11, 14

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Kay, Gary G......................................................................14 Kearns, Suzanne K.........................................................13 Kennedy, Carrie H...........................................................14

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Daley, Ben..........................................................................8 Dekker, Sidney................................................................13 Designing and Executing Strategy in Aviation Management................................................................3 Desmond, Paula A..........................................................12 Dietz, Aaron S.................................................................11 Dismukes, R. Key...........................................................13 D’Oliveira, Teresa...........................................................14

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Tacker, Thomas.................................................................4 Taneja, Nawal K..............................................................10 Taylor, James C...............................................................17 Trapping Safety into Rules.............................................12

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Lage, Gjert.......................................................................18 Land Based Air Power or Aircraft Carriers....................18 Lee, Alfred T.....................................................................14 Lee, Rob B.......................................................................11 Liberalization in Aviation..................................................5 Limits of Expertise, The..................................................13 Lock, Dennis......................................................................3 Looking Beyond the Runway.........................................10 Loukopoulos, Loukia D..................................................13 Low Cost Carrier Worldwide, The.....................................6 Lück, Michael....................................................................6

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Understanding Decision-making Processes in Airline Operations Control....................................................17

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e-Learning in Aviation.....................................................13 Ethical Issues in Aviation.................................................3 Evolution of International Aviation.................................7

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Vasigh, Bijan.................................................................4, 7 Voogt, Alex de.................................................................14

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Fallucco, Sal J.................................................................14 Farris, Candace...............................................................13 Fatigue in Aviation..........................................................11 Fleming, Ken.................................................................4, 7 Flight Simulation.............................................................14 Flouris, Triant G.................................................................3 Flying in the Face of Criminalization...............................8 Forsyth, Peter..........................................................5, 7, 10 Foundations of Airline Finance........................................7 Frazer, Eileen...................................................................15 Fuller, Ray........................................................................14

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Mackay, Liam....................................................................7 Managing Aviation Projects from Concept to Completion...................................................................3 Managing Maintenance Error........................................17 Marketing in the International Aerospace Industry......7 Martin, T. .........................................................................16 Mateou, Andreas..............................................................8 Matthews, Gerald...........................................................12 Maurino, Daniel E.....................................................11, 13 McDonald, Nick..............................................................14 Mechanisms in the Chain of Safety..............................14 Michaelides-Mateou, Sofia.............................................8 Misunderstandings in ATC Communication...............13 Modeling Applications in the Airline Industry.............10 Morrell, Peter S.............................................................7, 9 Moving Boxes by Air........................................................7 Muir, Helen......................................................................11 Müller, Jürgen.................................................................10 Multitasking Myth, The..................................................13

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Wensveen, John G............................................................2 Why Can’t We Make Money in Aviation?......................10 Wiegmann, Douglas A...................................................11 Williams, George........................................................7, 10 Wolf, Hartmut....................................................................5 Wu, Cheng-Lung.............................................................17

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Yilmaz, Ayse Kucuk..........................................................3

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