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Meijneke, Sanne (author)
The Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management looks into the possibility of raising the awareness of Dutch citizens as policy measure to encourage travellers to travel in a more conscious and more climate-friendly manner. Scientific literature, however, shows contradictory results on the effectiveness of this measure. An ongoing academic...
master thesis 2022
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Buteyn, Sophie (author)
Increasing emissions from aviation combined with the intensifying climate change, highlight the need for a sustainable change in the aviation sector. Since innovations making flying in itself more sustainable are taking long to implement, a behavioural change (flying less or not at all) is<br/>necessary.<br/><br/>Recent societal developments...
master thesis 2022
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Ouyang, Sicong (author)
The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 seriously impacted the world. Some previous researches suggest that global incidents could strongly influence the demand for passenger air transport services (Sobieralski, 2020). And the impacts on the demand can be ascribed to the change in the air travel behaviour of travellers (Ito &amp; Lee, 2005...
master thesis 2021
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Kindervater, Frederic (author)
How does business traveling look like in the future? This master project examines the todays travel landscape and uncovers issues business travelers are experiencing during their trips. With the stakeholder Embraer - an aircraft manufacturer from Brazil - the context of this project is very intentionally set to a door-to-door journey with...
master thesis 2019
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De Haan, A.R.C. (author)
Air travel demand is growing worldwide with an approximate worldwide long term average of 5 to 6% annually. This growth has both very positive and negative effects. Aviation is deeply embedded in our society. Dramatic decrease in ticket prices has brought to many the possibility of reaching many destinations worldwide in a day’s travel. It is...
journal article 2010
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Beelaerts van Blokland, R.E.F. (author)
Since major airports are reaching capacity, some solutions have to be found to solve the actual transportation problem. The government sees the development of secondary airports as a solution to this problem. First, this would result in air traffic diversion and secondly this would permit new economical opportunities to the concerned region....
master thesis 2008
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