Date of Award
Thesis - Open Access
Master of Science in Aviation Finance
Economics, Finance, and Information Systems
Dr. Bert Zarb
First Committee Member
Dr. Anke Arnaud
Second Committee Member
Dr. Mike Williams
Third Committee Member
Dr. Christopher Grant
Airport profitability is fundamental for all airports around the world. To this effect, this study examines factors affecting airport profitability such as the number of passengers, the number of landings and take-offs, cargo (lbs), airport debt, the size of the airport, and the terminal utilization. Most of the large and medium hub airports in the U.S are considered in this study, and regression analysis is used to analyze the data.
The results of this study show that factors examined are statistically significant when measuring airport profitability, which in turns could suggest that airports with high values in most of these variables will have higher profitability.
Scholarly Commons Citation
Shaban, Abbas, "Profitability and Financial Performance Indicators in U.S. Airports - A Preliminary Investigation" (2018). Doctoral Dissertations and Master's Theses. 387.