Operating Economics in Short Haul Air Transports 670357
Mohawk's conversion to turbine-powered equipment resulted in numerous advantages: ability to supply comfort to the passenger comparable to that of jet transport, reduction in amount and complexity of ground support equipment, increased reliability of engines, and lower direct operating costs.
An increasing problem of all airlines which affects the short haul carriers particularly hard is that of heavy air traffic. The author believes the provate air traffic will have to be rerouted to separate but equal facilities to solve the problem.
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