- Effectively Regulatory Institutions for Air Transport: A European Perspective
Effectively Regulatory Institutions for Air Transport: A European Perspective
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|Date of Publication||1 November 2010|
|Publication Type||Discussion Paper|
University of Applied Sciences, Bremen, Germany
|Tags||Air Traffic, Air Traffic Control, Air Transport, Airlines, Airports, Handling, Independence, International Transport, Public Services, Regulations, Research Centres, Value Chains|
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