The Impact of Liberalizing International Aviation Bilaterals: The Case of the Northern German Region
David W. Gillen
Ashgate, 2001 - Transportation - 229 pages
The authors assess the potential impact of air transport liberalization for the German economy and travelers and how its outcomes would impact Hamburg Airport and the Hamburg economy. The study focuses on: a comprehensive review of institutional and regulatory environment affecting international air travel; the economic implications of changing the rules governing international travel; and the policy and airport strategy considerations that arise because of these changes.
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