Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Your Call 062508 Re/De-regulating Air Travel

How should the market for commercial flying be organized? On the next Your Call we'll explore different ideas for organizing commercial aviation as once again the industry is faltering. Since 1978 when some government controls over the market were loosened, more than 200 airlines have gone out of business but does greater instability mean greater competition? What government policies would lead to the most competition, least pollution and best service? It's Your Call with Sandip Roy and you.

Professor Paul Dempsey in Montreal
Director of the Institute of Air and Space at McGill University.

Mark Cooper in Maryland
Director of research for the Consumer Federation of America

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