Title: Airport services in the European Union and Poland II – selected problems
Editors: Filip Czernicki, Prof. Tadeusz Skoczny
Authors: Maciej Bernatt, Filip Czernicki, Wanda Dzienkiewicz, Agata Jurkowska-Gomułka, Dariusz Kaliński, Igor Komarnicki, Tomasz Ludwicki, Piotr Maliszewski, Michał Mijal, Tadeusz Skoczny, Aleksandra Wąsowska
Series: Antitrust and Regulatory Studies and Monographs (8)
Publisher: University of Warsaw Faculty of Management Press
Place of publishing: Warsaw
Year of publishing: 2011
A collective work edited by Prof. Tadeusz Skoczny and Filip Czernicki concerns airport services. The publication was created on the basis of a number of reports prepared by researchers from the Faculty of Management, University of Warsaw, and professionals from the ‘Polish Airports’ State Enterprise, within the second edition of a research project concerning this issue completed in 2011 (first edition completed in 2010). The resulting book consists of six chapters focusing on: assumptions and results of the project (chapter 1); current jurisprudential and case-law problems relating to the functioning of airports in the EU and Poland (chapter 2); regulatory requirements for airport services provision in the EU and Poland concerning airport infrastructure access and airports fees (chapter 3); regulatory requirements for security of airport operations (chapter 4); regulatory requirements for airport safety (chapter 5) and; comparative analysis of efficiencies of selected airports in the EU (chapter 6).
This publication is addressed to those involved in airport management, enterprises providing airport and air transport services, employees of public administration related to airport travel as well as researchers and students interested in competition protection and sector specific regulation.