Air Transport and the European Union: Europeanization and by Professor Hussein Kassim;Dr Handley Stevens

By Professor Hussein Kassim;Dr Handley Stevens

Air shipping and the eu Union investigates the emergence of the ecu as an important coverage actor in aviation and examines how Europeanization has remodeled the governance, association and constitution of the field because the mid-1980s. It addresses the query of ways, whilst an in depth regulatory process already existed, the ecu used to be in a position to identify its personal policy-making competence and to override the needs of the bulk or member states against european involvement.

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291). By 1988, 94 per cent of domestic traffic in the US was assured by eight major operators. The success of the incumbent airlines and industrial consolidation have been major debating points of the US experience. The established carriers were more responsive than adherents of contestability had anticipated, demonstrating the existence of incumbency advantages both on the production and cost side, and in marketing and selling (Doganis 1991b, p. 186). First, the established carriers exploited the new freedoms to rationalize their route networks, developing hub-and-spoke network systems, which enabled them to multiply the number of city-pair services they could offer for the same flight miles.

The UK, meanwhile, was the last of the four to undertake statization. It chose to disregard the recommendations of the 1938 Cadman Report, which had proposed dividing international services between Imperial Airways and British Airways, an independent carrier, formed in 1935 by the merger of two private carriers which operated services to the European mainland. 13 The British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC) began operations in November 1939 under a Secretary of State for Air, who nominated the chair and members of the company board, and was responsible for its route schedule and aircraft procurement.

As a regulatory instrument, they enable governments to exercise detailed control over all aspects of the air services that serve their territory. Airlines were therefore entirely dependent on the state for their commercial opportunities. Five features of the bilateral agreement are important to highlight. First, ASAs identify or ‘designate’ the airlines that can operate international services. 14 Unlike maritime transport, flags of convenience have no place in international aviation. Historically, each of the contracting parties granted the other the right to designate a single airline to operate services between their two territories, typically allowing no more than third and fourth freedom rights (Davies 1964, p.

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