The British government is looking to pursue greater liberalization of air traffic rights and modernize what it calls “obsolete restrictions on airline ownership” in a bid to open competition for UK and international air routes. The removal of restrictions to freedoms, frequencies, destinations and carriers are being considered as part of a wider consultation that will shape the UK’s aviation policy out to 2050. The UK Department of Transport (DfT) detailed the proposed ...

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