Date - Heure / Date - Hour
Date(s) - 23/11/2017
11h00 - 12h00
Emplacement / Location
Z035, Building Ziegler
Assessing Potential Impact of a New Transatlantic Route Under the EU-US Open Skies.
International aviation was initially strictly regulated sector governed by bilateral agreements between States. Since the US deregulation Act in 1978, commercial aviation undergone significant changes towards liberalization. In 1992, U.S. started signing Open Skies Agreements (OSAs) that gave ability to make direct flight connections from U.S. airports to cities of signatory countries. Since then, OSAs removed barriers to international passenger air service and trade between U.S. and 120 other countries. In this study, we focus on the passenger aviation market between the U.S. and France. Currently, direct flights between the two countries are served from airports in Paris (Charles de Gaulle and Orly) and Nice (Cote D’Azur Airport). We intend to assess possible effects in the case of new US-France direct connections from Toulouse airport. How could the new flight connections affect passenger traffic, airfares, airline costs, and airport benefits? The presentation will outline the problem, and the idea of the seminar is to identify suitable methods for solving it.
Tatiana Seregina, DEVI, ENAC, Toulouse.