Demand for low-cost airlines in Australia

Srisaeng, P, Bil, C and Tein, M 2008, 'Demand for low-cost airlines in Australia', in Zellweger, A, Donohue, G and Duong, V (ed.) ICRAT 2008 Third International Conference on Research in Air Transportation, Virginia, United States, 1-4 June, 2008, pp. 477-480.


Document type: Conference Paper
Collection: Conference Papers

Title Demand for low-cost airlines in Australia
Author(s) Srisaeng, P
Bil, C
Tein, M
Year 2008
Conference name ICRAT 2008 Third International Conference on Research in Air Transportation
Conference location Virginia, United States
Conference dates 1-4 June, 2008
Proceedings title ICRAT 2008 Third International Conference on Research in Air Transportation
Editor(s) Zellweger, A
Donohue, G
Duong, V
Publisher ICRAT
Place of publication United States
Start page 477
End page 480
Total pages 4
Abstract The purpose of this study was analysis of low-cost airline demand in Australia. As part of this project, an econometric method was applied to develop a regression model for forecasting demand. The research hypothesis being that low-cost airline demand in Australia is based on the following variables: domestic airfares, price of other transport modes,population, disposable income and tourist numbers. It was found that demand for low-cost airlines is primarily a function of domestic airfare and population while tourist numbers and price of other transport modes did not have a significant influence.
Subjects Aerospace Engineering not elsewhere classified
Air Transportation and Freight Services
Keyword(s) low cost airlines
demand modelling
ISBN 978-0-615-20720-9
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