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|Title:||National Aviaton University, Kyiv AIR CARGO FACILITIES|
|Authors:||Nezhenets, A. O.|
|Citation:||During the 1980s and the 1990s, the cargo sector of air transport underwent fast technological change and remarkable growth development in the following 40 years. Modern airports often require designs that accommodate cargo and passenger operations, providing desirable proximity on the airside while separating passenger landside utomobile and bus traffic from cargo-related heavy truck and commercial vehicle traffic. Air cargo is a strong component of air transport that tends to be concentrated at cargo hubs, rather than being equally spread across the airport network. Until the deep recession that started in 2008, air cargo had been generally regarded as a major contributor of profit to the airlines. During periods of recession, cargo revenues and cargo traffic are found to contract disproportionately in comparison with passenger revenues and traffic. However, passenger airlines which also concentrate on carrying cargo claim that cargo operations are competitively profitable even when fully allocated costs are considered but especially profitable on a marginal-cost basis.|
|Appears in Collections:||Матеріали конференцій кафедри реконструкції аеропортів та автошляхів|
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