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The impact of new entry on UK domestic air transport: a case-study of the London-Glasgow route






Service Industries Journal 8(3): 299-316

The impact of new entry on UK domestic air transport: a case-study of the London-Glasgow route

The impact of a new entry on a UK domestic air route is analysed. In October 1982 an independent airline, British Midland Airways (BMA), was licensed to compete alongside British Airways (BA), which until that year had been the sole operator on the route. Following an introduction, the route and the regulatory environment in which entry on to the route was licensed are described. This section also looks at the licensing decision and at the airlines involved.


Accession: 001709970

DOI: 10.1080/02642068800000045



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