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This study provides a brief summary of the research findings on airports' privatisation worldwide.

Table of Contents

Airport Privatisation, Executive SummaryIntroduction to the Research ServicePotential Economic Benefits of Airport PrivatisationAirports - An Increasingly Attractive IndustryTowards Multinational Airports OperatorsPrivatisation Process WorldwideAirport Privatisation, IntroductionIntroduction to the Research ServiceDefinition of PrivatisationReasons for PrivatisationBenefits of Airport PrivatisationAirport Privatisation, Alternative Models of Private Sector ParticipationIntroduction to the Research ServiceIntroductionAlternative Models of Airport Ownership and Management Public Ownership and OperationsPublic Ownership and Operations with Commercial OrientationRegional Ownership and OperationsPublic Ownership with Private OperationsPrivate Ownership and OperationsAirport Privatisation, Experiences and Calendar for PrivatisationIntroduction to the Research ServiceOverviewFull and Partial PrivatisationFull PrivatisationPartial PrivatisationCalendar for PrivatisationsRegional Calendar for PrivatisationsAirport Privatisation, Risk Management and Investor's ConcernsIntroduction to the Research ServiceOverviewSources of RiskOverviewManagement of RiskOverviewInvestor's ConcernsIndustry SpecificsAirport Privatisation, Economic Performance of Main Privatised AirportsIntroduction to the Research ServiceIntroductionMain Airport CompaniesBritish Airport Authority (BAA)Macquarie Airports Fraport AG GroupCopenhagen AirportsSchiphol GroupFlughafen Wien AGTBIHOCHTIEFAirport Privatisation, Public and Private Interests in PrivatisationPublic AuthoritiesPosition of Public AuthoritiesPublic-Private InterestsTrade-off between Public and Private InterestsOther Parties InterestsFinancial InvestorsProperty DevelopersLarge Construction CompaniesAirlinesAirport ConcessionariesAirport Privatisation, Raising FundsAirport Need for FundsOverviewTraditional Methods of Raising FundsOverviewAirport Privatisation, Geographic AnalysisIntroductionOverviewNorth AmericaOverviewEuropeOverviewAsia PacificAustraliaOthersRussiaOverviewMiddle EastOverviewLatin AmericaOverviewAfricaOverviewAirport Privatisation, Frost & Sullivan Awards2006 Frost & Sullivan Award for Business Development Strategy LeadershipAward DescriptionResearch MethodologyMeasurement Criteria2006 Frost & Sullivan Award for Business Development Strategy Leadership




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Release Date : 22-Sep-17

Region : Global

Release Date : 22-Sep-17

Region : Global

Release Date : 22-Sep-17

Region : Global

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