An assessment of deregulation and its effect on the international air transportation community
Author(s)Gray, Robert Reed
Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Flight Transportation Laboratory
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"Multiple entry is now the norm for U.S. international air transportation, except in cases in which the bilateral aviation relations between the United States and the foreign country concerned call for a different approach. This basic policy is founded on broad economic considerations which have been thoroughly evaluated in Congress and in the Board's adjudicatory processes. It was recently given explicit Congressional sanction by the International Air Transportation Competition Act. Objectors to multiple entry now have a heavy burden of proof to show that application of the policy would be inconsistent with the public convenience and necessity"--p. .
June 1980Lecture delivered June 19, 1980, by Robert Reed Gray, Esq. to the "Air Transportation -- Management, Economics, and Planning" course, organized by the Center for Advanced Engineering Study, Flight Transportation Laboratory, Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Mr. Gray is a Senior Partner of the New York and Washington law firm of Hale Russell Gray Seaman & Birkett."--p. 
Cambridge, Mass. : Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Flight Transportation Laboratory, 
FTL report (Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Flight Transportation Laboratory) ; R80-5