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International Aviation: Airline Alliances Produce Benefits, but Effect on Competition is Uncertain
. Between 1987 & 1993, the number of passengers traveling on U.S. airlines between the U.S. & foreign destinations increased 47%, while domestic traffic increased by only 6%. The airlines have entered into alliances with foreign airlines rather than starting new service to additional foreign cities. This report examines the effects of marketing alliances between U.S. & foreign airlines on airlines’ traffic flows & revenues & on consumers, & identifies the key issues concerning such alliances that need to be addressed by the Dept. of Transportation.
History of the New York Central System
My Father, My Self: Understanding Dad’s Influence on Your Life
Calendars & Constellations of the Ancient World
Japanese Experience: A Short History of Japan
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