Scenarios for Examining Civil Aviation Infrastructure Options in the Netherlands

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This is one of three volumes constituting the final report from a study performed by RAND Europe for the Netherlands Ministry of Transport, Public Works and Water Management; Ministry of Housing, Spatial Planning and Environment; and Ministry of Economic Affairs in support of their jointly-sponsored project called "Future of Dutch Civil Aviation Infrastructure." The study constructed several possible future worlds in which the Dutch civil aviation system might have to function after the year 2025 by exploring future developments that could be relevant for policy decisions about the system. This volume describes the six-step process that was used to develop the scenarios, and provides details of the five scenarios that were developed.

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