U.S. INTERNATIONAL AVIATION POLICY AT THE CROSSROADS. A STUDY OF ALTERNATIVE POLICIES AND THEIR CONSEQUENCES. VOLUME I
Present U.S. international aviation policy is based upon the Bermuda Agreement negotiated with Great Britain in 1946. This study undertakes a major review of current international policies, to: present a wide range of alternative policies that the U.S. might reasonably pursue over the next decade, and to project the consequences of each of these policies. Four tasks were performed: (1) Identification of national interest objectives; (2) development of alternative policies on fares, insurance, etc; (3) projection of consequences of each policy for carriers, users, support industries, etc.; and (4) comparison of each policy with national interest objectives. Volume 1 of two volumes describes the findings.
- See also PB-251 921. Prepared in cooperation with Simat, Helliesen, and Eichner, Inc., Washington, D.C.*Kirkland, Ellis and Rowe, Washington, D.C., and Council on International Economic Policy, Washington, D.C.
Harbridge House, IncorporatedBoston, MA United States
- Publication Date: 1975-2
- Pagination: 302 p.
- TRT Terms: Air traffic; Air transportation; Civil aviation; Foreign; Freight transportation; International relations; International trade; Mathematical models; Needs assessment; Passenger transportation; Policy; Regulations; Standards; Strategic planning; Surveys
- Uncontrolled Terms: Agreements; Capacity; Models; User needs
- Geographic Terms: United States
- Old TRIS Terms: Cargo transportation
- Subject Areas: Aviation; Freight Transportation; Law; Passenger Transportation; Policy;
- Accession Number: 00133316
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: National Technical Information Service
- Contract Numbers: DOS-1722-420076
- Files: NTIS
- Created Date: Jun 23 2003 12:00AM