Aviation Deregulation and Safety. Theory and Evidence

Aviation Deregulation and Safety. Theory and Evidence

Deregulation of US aviation has not been followed by a marked increase in accidents. But there is evidence that safety has been impaired by failure to expand infrastructure and surveillance to keep pace with the increase in numbers of travellers.

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