Dr Romano Pagliari – Summary Profile
Romano Pagliari is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Air Transport at Cranfield University.
Romano obtained a masters degree in transport studies and a PhD in airport slot allocation from the Cranfield University School of Management. He presently lectures on airport economics and business issues in addition to organising various airport management short course/CPD programmes.
His research interests include airport economics and business development and air transport issues that affect remoter regions.
Romano is currently Director of the MSc in Airport Planning and Management, a member of the Scientific Committee of the International Center for Competitiveness Studies in Aviation and a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Airport Management.
Dr Pagliari is part of the Cranfield University Department of Air Transport Research and Consultancy team, who have been involved in a wide range of projects.
The Department’s Research and Consultancy credentials are sampled:
- Advice on approaches to setting user charges for the Arran Island airstrips for the Department of Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs (2008)
- Airport economic performance and efficiency analysis for Avinor (2005)
- Advice on interpretation of EC Council Regulation 2408/92 Article 4 (Public Service Obligations) for HITRANS (2004)
- Airline seat consolidation agency study, for the Highlands and Islands Enterprise (2003)
- Business plan for City of Derry Airport (2003)
- Study of Air Service Public Service Obligations for the Highlands and Islands Strategic Transport Partnership (2001/2002)
- The proposed development and management of island airstrips and associated air services in the west of Ireland, for the Department of Arts, Heritage, Gaeltacht and the Islands, Ireland (2001)
- Comparing the Norwegian airport system with other European airport systems, for Luftfartsverket, Norway (1997/98)