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Dispute between U.S. Airlines concerning U.S.-China routes 

Author: Daisuke Takagi

Category: Civil Aviation

Our Aviation Analyst, Daisuke Takagi, chronicles the disagreement between airlines over US-China routes that was spurred on by new changes in Haneda Airport's slot allocation

2019 EASA-FAA International Safety Conference

Author: Shinichi Yamada

Category: Civil Aviation

Our Aviation Analyst, Shinichi Yamada, reviews the mission of and findings from the 2019 EASA-FAA International Safety Conference.

Trends in International Travel

Part 1: Changing Patterns of International Aviation

Author: Paul Lewis

Category: Civil Aviation

Eno conducted an analysis of the international market for air travel  for JITTI USA. This multi-part series details some of the most interesting facts and findings, and is instructive for thinking about how international air service has evolved over the past few decades. 

Trends in International Travel

Part 2: Foreign Policy

Author: Paul Lewis

Category: Civil Aviation

Eno conducted an analysis of the international market for air travel  for JITTI USA. This multi-part series details some of the most interesting facts and findings, and is instructive for thinking about how international air service has evolved over the past few decades. 

Trends in International Travel

Part 3: Aircraft, Polar Routes, and Flights to Asia

Author: Paul Lewis

Category: Civil Aviation

Eno conducted an analysis of the international market for air travel  for JITTI USA. This multi-part series details some of the most interesting facts and findings, and is instructive for thinking about how international air service has evolved over the past few decades. 

Trends in International Travel

Part 4: Conclusion

Author: Paul Lewis

Category: Civil Aviation

Eno conducted an analysis of the international market for air travel  for JITTI USA. This multi-part series details some of the most interesting facts and findings, and is instructive for thinking about how international air service has evolved over the past few decades. 

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