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A number of empirical studies have shown that multimarket contacts facilitate collusive behaviors between full-service carriers (FSCs) in the US airline industry. This paper empirically investigates the effects of multimarket contacts on air carriers' pricing behaviors and highlights those of low-cost carriers (LCCs) and FSCs as well as those among LCCs. Simultaneous demand and price (pseudosupply) equations are estimated to derive these impacts of multimarket contacts in the top 30 air marketsdoi:10.1142/s0217590811004444 fatcat:5zsogvoxljbspctdramlxdbism