CAP 770: No-frills Carriers: Revolution or Evolution? A Study by the Civil Aviation Authority

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Reference:CAP 770
Title:No-frills Carriers: Revolution or Evolution? A Study by the Civil Aviation Authority
Description:The no-frills airlines sector has been one of the most significant developments in the UK travel sector over the last decade. No-frills carriers have had a significant impact on the aviation industry and are perceived as having revolutionised the way people travel. The CAA report, "No-Frills Carriers: Revolution or Evolution" aims to set the "no-frills" revolution in context, to understand better the impacts it has had on the sector, on infrastructure and on the public, and to reflect on those issues that seem most relevant to the current state of the UK aviation sector and likely future trends.

An Annex to this document has also been published. Please follow this link to view the document: CAP 770 Annex

Review Comment:None
Date:15 November 2006
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