The Optimal Pricing of Freight in Combination Aircraft

The Optimal Pricing of Freight in Combination Aircraft

Where freight is carried in the bellies of combination aircraft which also carry passengers, Professor Miller concludes that the service is in the long run neither a joint product nor a by-product, and that the U.S. Civil Aeronautics Board is right in regulating charges by reference to freighter costs.

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