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dr inż. Monika Wengel
ORCID: 0000-0003-0981-701X
Dr inż. Monika Wengel Research employee and lecturer at the Faculty of Production Engineering and Logistics at the Opole University of Technology.
DOI: 10.33226/1231-2037.2021.6.2
JEL: L1, N7

This article contains an analysis of Polish passenger transport in regular and charter traffic with the specification of carriers for the years 2011–2018. A forecast of traffic growth in the aviation market until 2035 is presented. Took into account situation of the pandemic in early March 2020 was addressed. The trend occurring in the examined period was analyzed and conclusions relating to the changing transport structure were made. The compilation of statistical data made it possible to carry out the analysis based on the available resources of the Central Statistical Office and the Civil Aviation Office. This allowed to fill the gap in the literature, where previously information was compiled only for each year separately.

Keywords: air transport; airport; passenger; scheduled traffic; non-scheduled traffic
DOI: 10.33226/1231-2037.2021.5.3
JEL: L93

The article (part 1) contains an analysis of Polish passenger transport in regular and charter traffic specifically relating to airports, cities and countries for the years 2011–2018. The aim of this article is to deepen the knowledge on this topic. The trend occurring in the examined period was analyzed and conclusions relating to the changing transport structure were made. The compilation of statistical data made it possible to carry out the analysis based on the available resources of the Central Statistical Office and the Civil Aviation Office. This enabled the current gap in literature to be filled, where previously information was compiled only for each year separately.

Keywords: air transport; airport; passenger; scheduled traffic; nonscheduled traffic (transport lotniczy; port lotniczy; pasażer; ruch regularny; ruch czarterowy)
DOI: 10.33226/1231-2037.2019.12.7
JEL: (artykuł w języku angielskim)

Manufacturing  and  logistics  process  in  conditions  of  the contemporary  market  must  be  multidimensional  and multicriterial.  Activities  associated  with  production  and logistics  are  closely  related.  Improvement  of  the manufacturing process and logistics areas in enterprises has a  great  importance  and  can  bring  a  lot  of  benefits.  Each optimization  of  the  manufacturing  and  logistics  proces should be analyzed, adapted to needs of the given enterprise and  successively  implemented.  The  article  describes proposals  to  improve  the  manufacturing  and  Logistics process  in  researched  enterprise,  through  identification  of functional  problems.  In  addition,  indicates  important possible  benefits,  resulting  from  the  use  of  tools,  systems and techniques to optimize production and logistics areas in the organization.

Keywords: improvement; manufacturing process; logistics; IT systems; Lean production

Dr inż. Monika Wengel

Research employee and lecturer at the Faculty of Production Engineering and Logistics at the Opole University of Technology.