Today, airport development generates phenomena of which airport regions are as yet little aware, and which not yet found appropriate responses in local and regional plans and strategies. Too much is still subsumed under the term “airport” and only means an airport’s core business, air traffic. The potential to see airports in a more differentiated way, including the roles they can play in networks, and their effects on development opportunities, remains unused.

The full version you can read and download here: From Airport to Airport City