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Restructuring Canada"s airline industry fostering competition and protecting the public interest : report of the Standing Committee on Transport by Canada. Parliament. House of Commons. Standing Committee on Transport.

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Published by The Committee in [Ottawa] .
Written in English


  • Aeronautics, Commercial -- Government policy -- Canada.,
  • Airlines -- Government policy -- Canada.,
  • Transportation and state -- Canada.,
  • Competition, International.

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Other titlesRestructuration de l"industrie canadienne du transport aérien
StatementStan Keyes, chairperson.
ContributionsKeyes, Stan, 1953-
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 74, 80, x p. ;
Number of Pages80
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19122796M

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  Frontier Airlines, a regional airline focused on Denver operations, pursued a major restructuring in The new plan included ordering new regional jets, to be operated by one of the largest regional operators, Republic Airlines; and adding new Mexico/Latin America flying from across the US, thus capitalising on Frontier’s strength in leisure markets. A lack of national transportation policy delayed the creation of a national carrier until the foundation of the government-subsidized Trans Canada Airlines (now Air Canada) in World War II forced more technological development and brought Canadian industry into the vanguard of aircraft manufacture.   We have identified seven trends that we believe will reshape the industry over the next five years: the customer-centricity imperative, rapid growth in the adoption of data science and advanced analytics across the value chain, the rise of sustainability concerns, an increasingly complex distribution landscape, shifts in airline fleets and networks, growth in strategic . Introduction: The Global Airline Industry 1 Deregulation and Liberalization Worldwide 5 Recent Industry Evolution 6 Looking Ahead: Industry Challenges 12 Overview of Chapters 13 References 17 2 The International Institutional and Regulatory Environment 19 Amedeo Odoni Introduction