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Case
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Reference no. 301-193-1
Published by: Asia Case Research Centre, The University of Hong Kong
Originally published in: 2001
Version: 15 August 2001
Length: 18 pages
Data source: Published sources

Abstract

With continued growth of global air traffic expected to continue into the 21st century, governments around the world are showing increased interest in the option of privatising airport operations. This case examines the challenges and opportunities for governments, airlines, the travelling public as well as private sector airport investors and operators. Will airport privatisation lead to improved services and prices, or might there be long-term repercussions? The options for airport ownership and operation are presented and the arguments in favour and against privatisation are examined. Privatisation experiences from around the world are provided for added perspective.
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With continued growth of global air traffic expected to continue into the 21st century, governments around the world are showing increased interest in the option of privatising airport operations. This case examines the challenges and opportunities for governments, airlines, the travelling public as well as private sector airport investors and operators. Will airport privatisation lead to improved services and prices, or might there be long-term repercussions? The options for airport ownership and operation are presented and the arguments in favour and against privatisation are examined. Privatisation experiences from around the world are provided for added perspective.

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