Mustafa Uzgör, Savaş Selahattin Ateş, Haşim Kafalı

Bibliometric Analysis of Environmental Management Literature in Aviation

  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Civil and Structural Engineering

The increasing interest in environmentally sustainable aviation has led to the topic becoming popular in aviation management literature. However, to the best of our knowledge, no research analyzes aviation environmental management (AEM) literature in a comprehensive manner. This study aims to bridge this gap by conducting a retrospective examination of environmental sustainability studies in literature using the bibliometric analysis method. Identifying potentially important gaps and drawing a comprehensive picture of the dynamics and the state of the literature is an important task to drive future studies in the field. Results drawn from 511 publications indexed in the Web of Science (WoS) database indicate a recent and rapid growth in the literature. Greenhouse gas emissions and noise emissions are dominant research themes while waste and water management topics are not well established. Studies investigating alternative fuels, emission mitigation strategies, energy conservation, and noise abatement are prevalent in the literature.

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