U.S. international aviation policy into the new millennium: meeting the global challenge

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Author: Kent N. Gourdin
Date: Summer 1998
From: Transportation Journal(Vol. 37, Issue 4)
Publisher: American Society of Transportation and Logistics, Inc.
Document Type: Article
Length: 4,371 words

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Changes in the global aviation industry are undermining the US policy on international aviation. Airline deregulation, for instance, is becoming a global trend, although some countries are not receptive to the idea of liberalizing the international aviation market. It is expected, however, that governments will continue to award air rights through bilateral negotiations and exert control over their respective airlines. These global developments necessitate a change in international aviation policy for the US and a change in strategy for domestic airline managers.

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