The Changing Demand for Air transport: The North Atlantic Case

The Changing Demand for Air transport: The North Atlantic Case

After examining the history and functions of scheduled and non-scheduled air transport, the author makes suggestions for simplifying the regulations and fair structure, to ensure that the mass demand for tourist travel is satisfied and also that scheduled traffic is maintained for those who require individual travel at short notice.

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