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By Darin Lee

This is often the 1st in a brand new sequence of books at the economics of the airline undefined. The sequence is a suite of unique, state of the art examine papers from a global panel of distinct participants. quantity 1 will specialise in subject matters on the topic of festival coverage and antitrust, reminiscent of the commercial impression of airline alliances (both overseas and domestic), predation, and incumbent responses to low in cost access. a part of a "New Series", this quantity makes a speciality of festival coverage and antitrust. Its participants are overseas specialists within the box.

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However, it is unclear whether such a differential can in fact be reliably measured. S. Law On May 13, 1999, the Department of Justice (DOJ) of the United States filed a complaint against AMR Corporation and its subsidiaries American Airlines, Inc. 26 These allegations concerned capacity increases on routes out of Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW). 28 According to the initial complaint, AMR engaged in predatory conduct against Van­ guard Airlines, Sun Jet, and Western Pacific, all LCCs, who during the 1990s entered or announced plans to enter several routes to or from Dallas/Fort Worth, where AMR had its largest hub.

2 Predation in Airline Markets: A Review of Recent Cases Andrew Eckert and Douglas S. West Department of Economics1 , University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2H4 ABSTRACT Over the past decade, there has been a substantial expansion of low cost carrier (LCC) services across North America, Europe, and Australia. The network carriers’ response to the entry and expansion of LCCs has given rise to numerous complaints of predation by the network carriers, and a number of important antitrust cases.

13 These regulations, in part, added a set of airline specific anti-competitive acts to the list of anti-competitive acts contained in section 78 of the Competition Act. The first three 9 See, for example, the “Statement of Professor Janusz A. Ordover and Professor Robert D. Willig”, “Decla­ ration of Professor William J. Baumol”, “Statement of Dr. Franklin M. Fisher”, and “Statement of Dr. Laura D’Anrea Tyson”, appearing under DOT Docket OST-98-3713. 10 Complaints were filed involving the following air carriers: AccessAir and Northwest Airlines (May 1999), AccessAir and Delta, Northwest, and TWA (March 1999), Kiwi Airlines and Continental Airlines (February 1998), ValuJet Airlines and Northwest Airlines (March 1997), ValuJet Airlines and Delta (February 1997), Frontier Airlines and United Airlines (January 1997), Spirit Airlines and Northwest Airlines (November 1996), Vanguard Airlines and American Airlines (October 1996), Vanguard Airlines and Northwest (August 1995 and June 1995), ValuJet and Delta (December 1993), and Reno Air and Northwest (March 1993).

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