Air Transport Policy, this book provides non-technical information in the complex changes of air transport.
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All newspaper readers know something of the problems and challenge which confront the airlines of the world. Hardly a day passes without article about new aircraft developments, the financial difficulties os airliners, licensing controversies or fare fixing agreements. Despite this now universal interest in air travel it has been hard indeed to find the non-technical information on these complexe changes. Mr. Wheatcroft's book fills this gap.
This book concludes with proposals for new ways in which British air transport policy should be redirected to meet the requirements of the jet age.
S.F. Wheatcroft obtained his B.Sc. (Econ.) with first class honours in Economics at London SChool of Economics in 1942. Mr. Wheatcroft now practices as a free-lance consultant in the air transport industry. He is retained as Economic Adviser to B.E.A., has made studies for other airlines in many countries.