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Aviation Competition: Regional Jet Service Yet to Reach Many Small Communities
JayEtta Z. Hecker & Steven C. Martin. Many aviation experts view U.S. airlines’ growing use of small “regional jets” (RJ) as a revolutionary development that is significantly changing the aviation marketplace. The public tends to prefer travel by jet, & RJ (seats between 21 & 70 passengers) tend to have lower operating costs than larger “mainline” jets. This report examines how U.S. air carriers are using RJ & what issues surround the carriers’ abilities to use these aircraft. It focuses on the following questions: what is the status of RJ deployment in the U.S., & how has this service evolved?; what factors have affected the airlines’ decisions in deploying RJ?; & what effects have RJ had on air traffic & airport congestion. Illus.
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