The low-cost carrier biographies are alphabetical indexed and can be found here:
More specific information on the low-cost carrier network can be found here. The biography page is divided into four sections: an about, a statistics, an organisation, and a network section.
The about sections contains a general description about the low-cost carrier and has a link to their external website containing more historical information.
The statistics section contains several tables presenting statistics based on some results of the research, and relate to the third week of September 2005. The general table gives an overview of subsequently the average number of seats per route, average flight frequency, total number of airports, average distance per flight in kilometres, average time per flight in minutes, total number of seats, total flight frequency, total number of routes. The indexes table shows the beta index (which represents the average number of routes per airport), the theta index (which represents the average traffic per airport), the eta index (which represents the average time and distance per route), the Herfindahl index (a indication of the market share), the Gini index based on seats (a concentration measure), and finally the number of flights per 60 minutes, which is related to the turn around time. The remaining tables present the top five regions, top five airports, and a airport breakdown into primary, secondary, and tertiary airports. More information on the different statistics can be found in the operationalization section.
Next a short overview follows of the organisation of the low-cost carrier. The table gives information about the percentages of the carrier which is owned by other organisations and which percentage of an organisation is owned by the low-cost carriers.
The last section gives an overview of the related low-cost carrier network. By clicking on the map the related page containing more information on the network will open.