Aviation Policy News: Airport groups, the evolving U.S. airline market, and more

In Politics by Michael Rae

In this issue:

Airport groups are changing commercial aviation

ULCCs in a changing U.S. airline market

Congress unlikely to shake up the air traffic control status quo

Time to rethink airport slots

Modest improvements coming for European airspace

Progress is being made on reducing high-altitude contrails

News notes

Quotable quotes

Airport Groups Are Changing Commercial Aviation

Over the past 25 years, a new phenomenon has quietly evolved—the airport group. A study by ICF and Oxford Economics, commissioned by Airports Council International, documents the growth of this new entity and explains how and why it is adding value to large and medium airports worldwide. The study is “Value Creation by Airport

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