International Air Policy ?New Destinations in International Air Policy,? by William A. Dymond and Armand de Mestral, assesses the implications for Canada of prospective EU/US negotiations to establish a transatlantic aviation market. The authors highlight the disadvantages to Canada of not being at the negotiating table to take part in the development of an open aviation area. The study says ?there is an urgent need for the Canadian government and airline industry to conduct a wide-ranging analysis of Canadian options and to develop a consensus on the wisest course to pursue.? By the Institute for Research on Public Policy.
By IRPP. , Canada.