UK Civil Aviation Authority report on the impact of granting fifth freedom passenger services to foreign airlines at regional airports (not London) concluded that the balance of benefits to the UK from greater liberalization of fifth freedoms to and from those airports is "likely to be positive." CAA's assessment, which is based on seven representative case studies, admitted that the different stakeholder groups are affected in different ways, with consumers and airports benefiting while UK ...

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