THE PRIMARY aim of this article is focused on a published report subJmitted by a specially appointed staff of the Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) in July, 1975. The Report examined the necessity of, and submitted certain detailed proposals for, regulatory reform of the United States system of governmental regulation of domestic civil aviation. Some of these regulatory proposals have taken the form of legislation submitted to Congress by President Gerald Ford.' When one considers the impact of the CAB special staff Report on the overall structure of international civil aviation, it should be kept in mind that the report, in principle, only applies to United States domestic civil aviation; for, it states explicitly: "The study has not focused on international air transportation, where the institutional and legal framework is of an entirely different nature.
Haanappel, Peter P.C.
"Deregulation of the United States of Government Regulation of Domestic Civil Aviation Seen in Light of the Overall Structure of Internatinal Civil Aviation,"
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