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Cover for Cyprus: building bridges in the borderlands of the new Europe.

This chapter explores the place of tourism in the current arrangements for Cyprus' membership in the EU, looking at the impact of enlargement on tourism, but also on the part tourism plays in both helping and hindering progress towards agreement and the process of 'Europeanization'. It starts with...

Author(s)
Scott, J.; Topcan, L.
ISBN
2006 CABI (H ISBN 9781845931179)
Type
Book chapter
Abstract

This article discusses the economic impact of the European Civil Aviation Authority flight ban triggered by the volcanic fallout of Eyafjallajokull in Iceland and the consequent move to turn over flight risk assessments from the CAA to the airlines. On the 15th of April, as the ash cloud spread...

Publisher
Economist Shop, London, UK
Citation
Economist (London), 2010, 395, 8679, pp 79
Abstract

The paper examines the arguments for and against producing and publishing an aviation 'blacklist' of airlines and/or third countries which the aviation regulatory authorities in the EU member states consider to be relatively unsafe. This, it is suggested, would provide reliable, neutral...

Author(s)
Knorr, A.
Citation
Intereconomics, 1997, 32, 1, pp 14-22
Abstract

This article begins by briefly describing the traditional methods of, and reasons for, regulation of the airline industry, both domestically and internationally, and then looks at the reasons and pressures for liberalization, before identifying possible distortions that may arise following...

Author(s)
Balfour, J.
Citation
Journal of Air Transport Management, 1994, 1, 1, pp 27-36
Abstract

The article discusses the air transport system in Europe and discusses the question of deregulation in the context of the soon approaching 'single Europe in 1993', and relative to the US experience. It begins by discussing the volume of both international and domestic air traffic and by describing...

Author(s)
Pavaux, J.
Citation
ITA Magazine, 1990, No. 61, pp 3-9
Abstract

This second part of the article moves the focus away from deregulation of air transport in the USA to the policy of deregulation introduced in Europe, where the effects have still not yet been fully appreciated. Specifically, it describes the main features of the policy, possible problems, its...

Author(s)
Fortier-Duguay, T.
Citation
Espaces (Paris), 1989, No. 99, pp 49-53
Abstract

The work undertaken by the European Communities and the European Civil Aviation Conference regarding the liberalization of air transport in Europe is described and commented on. Topics covered include the international agreement on intra-European tariffs, which includes automatic tariff approval by ...

Author(s)
Winter, D.
Publisher
Travel and Tourism Press, Santa Rosa, California, USA
Citation
Papers of the 4th world congress, International Forum of Travel & Tourism Advocates, Palma de Mallorca, 8-12 May 1988., 1989, pp 2-4
Abstract

The decision by the Court of the European Community regarding the Nouvelles Frontières travel agency's claim right to promote the right to travel, in particular the selling of air tickets at reduced rates, is outlined. The procedures of the French courts, the answer of the European and foreseeable...

Author(s)
Montier, P.
Publisher
Travel and Tourism Press, Santa Rosa, California, USA
Citation
Papers of the 4th world congress, International Forum of Travel & Tourism Advocates, Palma de Mallorca, 8-12 May 1988., 1989, pp 5-14
Abstract

Within the airline industry there is widespread opposition to the application of GATT (General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade). Opposition is based on a fear of the loss of competence in regulating aviation and the loss of the protection presently enjoyed under the Chicago regulation. An attempt is ...

Author(s)
Maatem, R. C. van der
Citation
ITA Magazine, 1989, No. 54, pp 14-16
Abstract

Taking European airlines as an example, and drawing on the experience of US deregulation, the potential benefits of a more open and unified market as embodied in the Single European Market, as well as some of the risks implicit in a comprehensive abandonment of economic regulation, are...

Author(s)
McGowan, F.; Seabright, P.
Citation
Economic Policy, 1989, No. 9, pp 284-344

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