Beyond the Australasian Single Aviation Market
This paper notes the emergence of the Single Aviation Market for Australia and New Zealand and considers issues relating to future external relationships facing both countries and their airlines as they move to harmonise their international aviation policies and border controls. In the Asia Pacific region, there is a range of views regarding the shape and pace of liberalisation of bilateral air service agreements. Will other countries follow the Australia-New Zealand move? Will the Australia-New Zealand agreement be widened to include others?
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Document Type: Original Article
Affiliations: Transport Studies Group, Department of Environmental Management and Design, Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand.
Publication date: 1998-07-01