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THE PARADOX OF COMPETITION FOR AIRLINE PASSENGERS WITH REDUCED MOBILITY (PRM)
The Journal of Air Transport Studies (JATS)
Airline competition with customer service as product differentiator has forced down costs, air fares and investor returns. Two passenger markets operate in aviation: (a) able-bodied passengers for whom airlines compete and (b) passengers with reduced mobility (PRMs) – disabled by age, obesity or medical problems – for whom airlines do not compete. Government interference in the market intended to protect a minority of narrowly-defined PRMs has had unintended consequences of enabling increasingdoi:10.38008/jats.v7i1.55 fatcat:ymd6nr54czgj5fkntexvvtx5eu