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Background: EU Decision 1082/2013/EU on serious cross-border health threats provides a legal basis for collaboration between EU Member States, and between international and European level institutions on preparedness, prevention, and mitigation in the event of a public health emergency. The...

Author(s)
Kinsman, J.; Angrén, J.; Elgh, F.; Furberg, M.; Mosquera, P. A.; Otero-García, L.; Snacken, R.; Derrough, T.; Santisteve, P. C.; Ciotti, M.; Tsolova, S.
Publisher
BioMed Central Ltd, London, UK
Citation
BMC Health Services Research, 2018, 18, 528, pp (6 July 2018)
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

This report provides an economic analysis of the UK airline industry, which has suffered heavy losses as a result of the global recession and the Gulf War. Current signs are that the industry is slowly beginning to recover. Yet growth has been stimulated by fare cuts and price wars, and left many...

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Leisure Intelligence, 1994, 3, pp 1-28
Abstract

The relationship between tourism, regional development and the EC's role in policy formulation has attracted limited attention in recent research. The Channel Tunnel, and joint tourism initiatives between the frontier areas of Kent and Nord Pas de Calais provided the basis for trans-frontier EC...

Author(s)
Sinclair, M. T.; Page, S. J.
Citation
Regional Studies, 1993, 27, 5, pp 475-483
Abstract

The Channel Tunnel link between the UK and the European continent is due to open in 1993. The tunnel will compete with existing air and sea services and is also expected to generate increased traffic in its own right. Delays in providing high-speed rail links have already reduced the projected user ...

Author(s)
Manning-Shaw, J.
Citation
Tourism Management, 1991, 12, 1, pp 5-8
Abstract

A range of legal and regulatory developments were introduced in the summer of 1990 to further international liberalization of the European aviation industry. The article summarizes the most significant of these developments. With the exception of EC Directives and Regulations which merely amend...

Author(s)
Briggs, M.
Citation
Comparative Law Yearbook of International Business, 1991, 13, pp 331-345
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For every seven trips made by UK residents to destinations elsewhere in the EC, three visits are made to the UK by EC tourists. For every pound spent by community visitors in the UK, the British spend #2.35 abroad. These statistics emphasize the need for the UK to act now if it is to take advantage ...

Author(s)
Clark, C.
Citation
Horizons, 1990, No. 1, pp 1-3

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