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Airline Competition: Higher Fares & Less Competition Continue at Concentrated Airports
John Anderson, Jr., Francis P. Mulvey & Teresa F. Spisak. In July 1990 airline passengers paid substantially higher fares at major airports where only one or two airlines provided most of the service, compared with airports where there was more competition. This report: compares fares at major airports served primarily by one or two airlines with fares at airports where there is more competition; assesses factors other than market dominance that could explain differences in fares; determines changes in airport concentration; & assesses changes in the level of service at airports dominated by one or two airlines.
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