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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
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The US-European Union market accounts for approximately 25% of all international tourist arrivals worldwide, and is arguably the busiest market in the world. This paper argues that landing slot policy and the manner in which airport capacity is allocated among airlines across the north Atlantic is...

Author(s)
Debbage, K. G.
Publisher
Pergamon Press, Oxford, UK
Citation
Annals of Tourism Research, 2002, 29, 4, pp 933-951
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The growth in air travel has brought dramatic changes to air transport in Europe and the rest of the world. Increased concentration of the industry, involving mergers, acquisitions and alliances among airlines have, in turn, stimulated the development of airport hubs and hub-and-spoke operations....

Author(s)
Citrinot, L.
Citation
Travel & Tourism Analyst, 1999, No. 3, pp 1-20
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The article examines various aspects of EU law relating to competition and monopolies, and considers their implications for public companies in the French tourism sector. An analysis of selected articles of the Treaty of Rome and EU directives indicates that public companies, particularly transport ...

Author(s)
Eude, J. C.
Citation
Espaces (Paris), 1996, July/August 1996, 140, pp 49-56
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The moves towards a Single European Market have led to the greater concentration of the tourist industry. The paper describes the composition of the tourist industry, which is divided between travel agent, airline and holiday operator. It traces the process by which each of these concerns has...

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Čavlek, N.
Citation
Acta Turistica, 1994, 6, 1, pp 3-39
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With the growing internationalization of relations and European integration, there is a need to achieve greater harmonization in the legislation relating to tourism and the protection of tourists' legal and economic interests between the different European countries. In recognition of this, the EU...

Author(s)
Notarstefano, C.
Citation
Revue de Tourisme, 1994, 49, 1, pp 2-8
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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...

Citation
Leisure Intelligence, 1994, 3, pp 1-28
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In January 1993 the third stage of EU aviation liberalization was implemented, marking, with a few remaining exceptions, the creation of a Community-wide single aviation market. The article discusses the impacts of this new legislation, and also those from the introduction of the Maastricht Treaty. ...

Author(s)
Haanappel, P.
Citation
IATA Review, 1994, No. 2, pp 9-11
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The birth of the Single European Market in Air Transport in January 1993 has created the first world region in which multilateral trade principles apply. Prior to 1993, all European airlines were governed by the bilateral principles of the Chicago Convention. The relationship between EU airlines...

Author(s)
Croo, H. de
Citation
Viewpoint - World Travel & Tourism Council, 1994, 1, 2, pp 69-71
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The article speculates on the effects of fiscal and regulatory harmonization within the EC. The most contentious and divisive issue is the social charter which has matters of significance for the tourism industry. The levying of VAT on intra-community travel, including both unbroken and interrupted ...

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Bodlender, J.
Citation
WTO News, 1992, No. 10, pp 7-9

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