Scheduled and charter impairment in North Atlantic air services
AbstractThe intent of the paper is to: (1) review the material leading to President Nixon's request that the Civil Aeronautics Board prepare economic criteria for judging degrees of impairment that exist in either charter or scheduled air services: (2) construct a model for interpreting the economic relationships between scheduled and charter services; (3) provide evidence that impairment currently exists and is causing market distortions; and (4) indicate that recent board decisions provide corrective influences on the distorted conditions in the passenger market.
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Volume (Year): 4 (1976)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
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