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Title: The evolution of airline ownership and control provisions
Authors: Yu-ChunChang;GeorgeWilliams;Chia-JuiHsu
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:運輸科學系
Keywords: Ownership and control;Foreign investment;Open skies agreement;Open aviation area
Date: 2004-05
Issue Date: 2017-10-20T03:01:26Z
Publisher: Journal of Air Transport Management
Abstract: Airlines are constrained by the ownership and control rules contained in nearly all bilateral Air Services Agreements. This paper aims to provide details of the ways in which ownership rules around the world have evolved and how governments and carriers have responded to these changes. Some famous cases involving US Department of Transportation's decisions on foreign investment and developments in the US's open skies policy have been studied. The influences of the decisions of the European Court of Justice on open skies agreements and the recent European Commission mandate are analysed. Prospects for easing ownership rules under bilateral, multilateral and plurilateral arrangements are discussed. It concludes that International Civil Aviation Organisation's view expressed at its recent Worldwide Air Transport Conference presents a practical solution for changing the ownership rules.
Relation: 10(3) pp.161-172
Appears in Collections:[Department of Transportation Science] Periodical Articles

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