Prof Anne Graham

Prof Anne Graham

I have a BSc in Mathematics (first class), a MSc in Tourism and a PhD in Air Transport and Tourism Management. Before joining the University, I worked in air transport consultancy.

I have now been involved in the teaching, research and consultancy of air transport and tourism for over 40 years and have developed two key specialist interests. The first is airport management, economics and regulation. The second is the analysis of tourism and aviation demand and the relationship between the tourism and aviation industries.

In addition to teaching on undergraduate and postgraduate tourism and transport modules at the University, I have also been involved with the University's programme of aviation short courses. Externally I have given presentations and papers at many different academic and industry conferences throughout the world.


  • Member - Editorial Boards: Journal of Air Transport Management, Research in Transportation Business and Management, Journal of Airport Management, Journal of Air Transport Studies, Journal of Tourism Economics
  • Member - Advisory Boards: Journal of Asian Transport Studies, Institute for Aviation Research
  • Fellow: Air Transport Research Society
  • Fellow: Higher Education Academy

Current research interests

Airport economics, management and regulation.

Tourism and aviation demand analysis.

  • Transport and Mobilities