4th International Conference on Leadership, Technology, Innovation and Business Management (ICLTIBM), İstanbul, Türkiye, 19 - 21 Kasım 2014, cilt.210, ss.430-439
Regulatory obstacles have led international airlines to make extensive cooperation in the provision of service. The global airline alliances that link U.S. airlines to members in other states is the most visible form of cooperation. Moreover, when the alliance members obtain antitrust immunity, they can determine fares for interline trips that were not possible under traditional pricing arrangements. This research attempts to explain the effect of BA, AA and IB joint venture on transatlantic competition.