Robert Wolfger


This essay briefly discusses the reality that I have experienced in air transport for some time. In this field, the world is still ruled by bilateral air transport agreements. Such bilateral agreements are even in force in Europe. This essay asks several questions. First, what does successful deregulation in Europe really mean? Would deregulation be successful if many low-cost carriers flew throughout Europe and carried mostly point-to-point traffic from point A to B? I personally think that very few routes are suitable for this point-to-point traffic.