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The extent to which airlines' interests are aligned with those of passengers

Report into airlines and how much their interests are aligned with those of the passengers they serve.

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[Withdrawn] The extent to which airlines' interests are aligned with those of passengers

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Paper setting out a framework for considering the extent to which the interests of airlines and passengers are aligned and stating circumstances in which there may be a misalignment. The main areas of interests are where there may be misalignment when:

  • airlines have market power
  • developments that could increase the degree of competition are being contemplated
  • airports being used by airlines are subject to economic regulation
Published 30 July 2012