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Demand and consumer welfare impacts of international airline liberalisation: the case of the North Atlantic

, : Demand and consumer welfare impacts of international airline liberalisation: the case of the North Atlantic. Journal of Transport Economics and Policy 29(2): 115-136

The impacts of international airline bilateral liberalization on demand, fares, service accessibility and consumer welfare in the North Atlantic are studied, based on data obtained for air routes between the USA and five European countries: the UK, France, Germany, the Netherlands and Italy.

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DOI: 10.2307/20053068

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