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Liberalisation of air transport in Europe: the survival of the fittest?

By P. Nijkamp

Abstract

The paper deals with the expected consequences of deregulation and liberalisation in the European airspace, in particular the effects on the policies of European airlines. The paper gives an overview of the US deregulation policy and the effects on the American aviation sector. Particular attention is given to the existence of contestable markets. Next, various freedom rights are discussed from the viewpoint of a joint European airline policy. The likely impacts on European airlines are mapped out. It is concluded that the foreseeable consequences are probably not a replication of the US situation. Finally, one of the European carriers which has a strong tendency towards global liberalisation and competition, viz. KLM, is discussed in more detail. Various strategie scenarios are presented and analyzed

Publisher: Amsterdam. Vrije Universiteit
Year: 1996
OAI identifier: oai:dare.ubvu.vu.nl:1871/10932
Provided by: DSpace at VU

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