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The European Airline Industry
This paper discusses the impact of deregulation on the European airline industry.
# 54436 | 3,310 words | 15 sources | APA | 2004 | US

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This paper explains that deregulation of the airline industry is one major step in attempting to have a free and competitive market, one which benefits customers, airlines, governments, and the community at large. The author points out that the liberalization of the airline industry has resulted in the birth of low-cost scheduled airlines, primarily aimed at providing cheap alternate modes of transport for the average citizen, thus increasing passenger traffic. The paper relates that one of the results of deregulation has been the privatization of airports, which were traditionally operated by the government; Heathrow, Gatwick, and Stansted airports in the United Kingdom are some examples of airports totally under private management.

Table of Contents
The European Airline Market
Deregulation of the European Airline Industry
Low-Cost Airlines
Hub and Spoke System
Airlines Consolidation
Privatization of Airports
Sustainable Aviation

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