Globalization, long-haul flights and inter-city connections
Valeria Bernardo and
Economics of Transportation, 2019, vol. 19, issue C, -
•The impact of long-haul non-stop flights on traffic flows are analyzed.•We focus on a sample of city-pairs with high levels of indirect connectivity.•Even modest increases in non-stop flights lead to significant traffic gains.•The positive impact of non-stop flights is only relevant for high-income destinations.
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Working Paper: Globalization, long-haul flights and inter-city connections (2017)
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