AIR TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT : Its Practices and Policies

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This interesting book - which contains text tables and a couple of illustrations as well - is an impartial appraisal of the practices and policies of the air transportation industry.

Characteristic

Book cover finish Canvas finish, Headband, Hardcover ( rounded spine binding )
Special features Signed Book, Damaged dust jacket, Handwritten notes
Condition Very Good
Number of pages 446
Published date 1951
Languages English
Size 16 x 24 x 4 cm
Author Joseph L. Nicholson
Editor John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Description

The author's Air Transportation Management is unique in its field. Instead of an historical or descriptive approach, this book probes the economic aspects of day - to - day operation as well as of long term profits and losses of the airlines.

 

( … ) Each chapter in the book is a complete unit and has been read for accuracy by at least four experts in the field ( representatives both of the industry and of regulatory bodies ) ; in some cases as many as ten people have read one chapter. This has been a part of the author's determined effort to present a well - rounded perspective giving consideration to varied points of view. ( ... )

À PROPOS DE CET AUTEUR
Joseph L. Nicholson

Joseph L. Nicholson first began to work in air transportation ( 1925 ). He helped some of the original air mail contractors set up their plans of operation.


 Joseph L. Nicholson has worked for such companies as Varney Speed Lines, Western Air Express, Ludington, United Aircraft and Transport Corporation, Kellett, and Boeing. In addition, he has made surveys for helicopter operations and compiled studies in cargo packaging and handling for large shippers. 


He has also contributed articles on air transportation to Aero Digest, Air Transportation, Food Industries, Law & Contemporary Problems, etc... He was a lecturer in both air and motor transportation at Temple University ( Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States ). 


( source : AIR TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT : Its Practices and Policies, Wikipedia )

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