The UK Civil Aviation Authority, in a move that likely will have more of a symbolic effect than a practical one, yesterday announced it will stop regulating long-haul fares after 30 years "because of greater competition in the airline market." CAA said that in recent years it has focused on "a very small subset of fares on a shrinking number of mainly long-haul routes...paid by what the CAA perceived to be 'captive' passengers," such as those working for a small business or traveling due to ...

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