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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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European Air Law Association: Eleventh Annual Conference in Lisbon

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Edited by: P.D. Dagtoglou

ISBN13: 9789041114389
ISBN: 9041114386
Published: January 2001
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Country of Publication: The Netherland
Format: Hardback
Price: £72.00

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In 1999 liberalization of the air transport market in the EC has continued to have many positive results. As with US deregulation in 1978, it is clearly leading to growing consolidation, principally by way of alliances, and the Commission's ongoing investigation of the transatlantic airline alliances continues to dominate the agenda. For all its positive results, there is some question as to whether liberalization has been achieved at the cost of a deterioration in public service, despite the scope left by the 1992 third package for public service obligations.

With the increased competition resulting from liberalization, airlines have come under pressure to cut costs. A prime target has been distribution costs, assisted by developments in technology. This is leading to differences in the relationship between airlines and travel agents and in the role of agents. In its communication on the European airline industry adopted in May 1999, the Commission made it clear that the completion of the single market in air transport with a genuine external dimension, particularly involving the US, is a priority.;All these topical issues have been discussed at the Association's annual conference for 1999. The Association is grateful to TAP for its generous assistance with air travel to and from Lisbon.

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Series: European Air Law Association

European Air Law Association: Ninth Annual Conference in Madrid
Edited by: P.D. Dagtoglou
ISBN 9789041111395
Published July 2001
Kluwer Law International
European Air Law Association: Tenth Annual Conference in Vienna
Edited by: P.D. Dagtoglou
ISBN 9789041114365
Published January 2001
Kluwer Law International