The US Aviation Industry
|The Current Trend and the impact of the open sky policy |
Date & Time Tuesday, November 13, 2012 @18:30`20:30
Venue 7th Floor Conference Room, Kohku-Kaikan
Participants 187

The Open Skies policy, first introduced in the U.S. in the early 1990s, could be called a standard for new international aviation frameworks. In Japan, the government is now promoting the policy, and has concluded Open Skies agreements with the U.S. and other nations.

In general, people in the U.S. recognize that the Open Skies policy has brought benefits to the airline industry, customers and economy. However, when we forecast the future of Japan’s aviation industry, it is worthwhile to grasp what impact this policy has actually wrought, and to evaluate whether it is applicable today in an aviation sector that has changed dramatically. Moreover, there is much to be gained by analyzing strategies in other countries.

Along those lines, JITI presented a keynote speech on current trends in the U.S. airline industry, and an analysis of the U.S. Open Skies policy and its impact. In the following panel discussion, participants exchanged views on the Open Skies policy and suggested desirable strategies for Japanese stakeholders.

OPENING
REMARKS
Hirotaka YAMAUCHI,  Board Member and Executive Director, Aviation Policy Research Association@(Professor, Graduate School of Commerce and Management, Hitotsubashi University)
RESEARCH
REPORT
Nobukazu NAGAI ,  Director, Japan International Transport Institute, USA
Panel
Discussion
Hirotaka YAMAUCHI (Moderator)
Nobuaki Endo,  Professor, Faculty of Marine Science, Tokyo University of Marine Science & Technology
Masamichi Hasebe, Chief Researcher, Policy Proposal& Planning Office, Daiwa Institute of Research LTD.
Nobukazu NAGAI

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