CAP 769: Ownership and Control Liberalisation: A Discussion Paper

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Reference:CAP 769
Title:Ownership and Control Liberalisation: A Discussion Paper
Description:The CAA today published a discussion paper examining the rules governing ownership and control of airlines. In particular, it examines the impact of these on airlines, consumers and employees and considers the situation were they to be removed, especially how safety regulation might be affected. It concludes that there are likely to be substantial benefits from ownership and control liberalisation and sets out a pathway for reform, which if followed, should lead to safer, more efficient and cheaper international aviation.
Review Comment:None
Date:October 2006
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