Principal research scientist, International Center for Air Transportation
areas of expertise: air transportation economics and operations, quantitative decision methods to airline management, airline pricing and revenue management, airline and aerospace industry analysis, systems engineering, global airline industry program, aerospace systems
Peter P. Belobaba is a principal research scientist at MIT, where he teaches graduate courses on the airline industry and airline management. He is program manager of MIT’s Global Airline Industry Program and director of the MIT PODS Revenue Management Research Consortium.
Dr. Belobaba holds a SM in transportation and a PhD in flight transportation systems from MIT. He is lead author and editor of the recently released book, The Global Airline Industry. Dr. Belobaba has been involved in research and consulting related to airline economics, pricing, competition and revenue management since 1985. He has worked as a consultant on the evaluation, development, simulation and implementation of revenue management systems at more than 40 airlines and other companies worldwide.
He has also published articles dealing with operating costs, pricing, revenue management and airline competition in Airline Business, Operations Research, Transportation Science, Decision Sciences, Journal of Revenue and Pricing Management, Transportation Research and the Journal of Air Transport Management.
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