This comment argues that a coherent approach to the liberalization of air transport in the EEC is desirable; however, despite the impetus of Nouvelles Frontieŕes, liberalization is unlikely in the near future. Part I analyzes the Nouvelles Frontieŕes decision in the context of the international regulatory framework in which EEC air transport functions. Part II evaluates EEC proposals that seek to bring about fairer prices and improved market entry, and concludes that such proposals would not significantly alter the present system. Part III offers proposals that strike a balance between free competition and government intervention, in the interest of liberalizing European air transport. This comment concludes that decisive action by EEC institutions must soon be taken if the goal of a "common market" is to be realized.
Jacqueline O. LiCalzi,
Competition and Deregulation: Nouvelles Frontières for the EEC Air Transport Industry?,
10 Fordham Int'l L.J. 808
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