2 edition of Domestic passenger-fare investigation, January 1970 to December 1974 found in the catalog.
Domestic passenger-fare investigation, January 1970 to December 1974
United States. Civil Aeronautics Board
by U.S. Civil Aeronautics Board, for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington
Written in English
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|Pagination||viii, 976 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||976|
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Economic regulation of domestic air transport; theory and policy by George W Douglas Domestic passenger-fare investigation, January to December by United States (Book) 2 editions published. Domestic passenger-fare investigation, January to December - Thursday, Ap PM Lorca - Wednesday, Ap PM Summary of proceedings - Monday, Ap PM.
* This case is an outgrowth of the Board's extensive Domestic Passenger Fare Investigation which was initiated in January, Its purpose was "to set ratemaking standards with respect to the various elements underlying both fare level and fare structure" CAB Order. Consultant, National Bureau of Standards, January - June Research Associate, The American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, May - July "Has the Act Been Fair to Mailers?" (with Roger "The CAB's Domestic Passenger Fare Investigation" (with George W.
January 1970 to December 1974 book Douglas), Bell Journal of Economics and. These three cases, consolidated for consideration on the merits, raise a full range of substantive and procedural challenges to a series of orders of the United States Postal Service ("Postal Service" or "USPS") issued Domestic passenger-fare investigation to the Postal Reorganization Act of ("Act"), 39 U.S.C.
§ et seq., for the purpose of implementing certain increases in postal rates and fees, either. These cases arise from the final phase, Phase 9, of the Civil Aeronautics Board's (CAB or Board) comprehensive investigation and re-evaluation of domestic air fares, the Domestic Passenger Fare Investigation (DPFI).1 Phase 9 (Fare Structure) was mainly concerned with establishing a formula for coach fares as a function of distance.
There have been no challenges to the formula adopted by the. Full text of "Appendix, oversight of Civil Aeronautics Board practices and procedures: appendix to hearings before the Subcommittee on Administrative Practice and Procedure of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, Ninety-fourth Congress, first other formats.
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Environmental Protection Agency Washington, D.C. The FAA proposes that DCA by January 1,be operated solely as a short-haul airport insofar as air car- rier operations are concerned, with the longer-haul flights being shifted to IAD. fi " of 2 or more and for which applications had been made before December 1, Second, the FAA excused the from the noise limits in Appendix C.
On Decemin accordance with the timetable in the ADA, control over domestic entry largely ceased. A year later, most control over domestic passenger fares was terminated. Most of the control over domestic cargo rates had been removed by legislation enacted November 9,as will be described in Chapter /5(4).
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Bureau of Economic Analysis. Railroad passenger fares were generally calculated on a cents-per-mile basis. Ticket prices started dropping in in response to competition from the motor transportation industry.
See full railroad passenger fare overview in the section titled "Carrier Price," in the U.S. document "Passenger Traffic Report" on pages Author: Marie Concannon.
Bradley Behrman, ‘Civil Aeronautics Board’ in James Q Wilson (ed), The Politics Of Regulation (James Q. Wilson ed., Basic Books ) 88 (‘Between andfor example, the Board turned down all ninety-four of the applications that would-be entrants to the industry submitted in pursuit of domestic ‘trunk-line’ authority.’).Gross National Product by Sector from Economic Report of the President, This is well illustrated by how the –71 and –75 recessions aﬀected airline ﬁnancial performance (see Table ).
It is interesting to note that ATA computations of rate of return on investment showed, for example, positive returns of percent inwhen the industry reported a net loss of $ million, and percent in.