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27.09.2019

How do competitiveness indicators matter for passenger growth?

Today, our traditional weekly chart takes a closer look at how travel and tourism competitiveness relates to passenger demand in selected emerging and developed economies.

  • Chart of the Week
29.07.2019

France: Regulatory Competitiveness

The Air Transport Regulatory Competitiveness Indicators (ATRCI) is a framework that measures a country’s air transport regulatory competitiveness. Air transport regulatory competitiveness is defined as a set of key determinants that impact the ease of doing business in a country and looks at the passenger and cargo facilitation, infrastructure and supply chain management, and regulatory practice.

  • Public Policy Issues
  • Commercial Freedom
29.07.2019

Greece: Regulatory Competitiveness

The Air Transport Regulatory Competitiveness Indicators (ATRCI) is a framework that measures a country’s air transport regulatory competitiveness. Air transport regulatory competitiveness is defined as a set of key determinants that impact the ease of doing business in a country and looks at the passenger and cargo facilitation, infrastructure and supply chain management, and regulatory practice.

  • Public Policy Issues
  • Commercial Freedom
29.07.2019

Poland: Regulatory Competitiveness

The Air Transport Regulatory Competitiveness Indicators (ATRCI) is a framework that measures a country’s air transport regulatory competitiveness. Air transport regulatory competitiveness is defined as a set of key determinants that impact the ease of doing business in a country and looks at the passenger and cargo facilitation, infrastructure and supply chain management, and regulatory practice.

  • Public Policy Issues
  • Commercial Freedom
29.07.2019

Portugal: Regulatory Competitiveness

The Air Transport Regulatory Competitiveness Indicators (ATRCI) is a framework that measures a country’s air transport regulatory competitiveness. Air transport regulatory competitiveness is defined as a set of key determinants that impact the ease of doing business in a country and looks at the passenger and cargo facilitation, infrastructure and supply chain management, and regulatory practice.

  • Public Policy Issues
  • Commercial Freedom
29.07.2019

Romania: Regulatory Competitiveness

The Air Transport Regulatory Competitiveness Indicators (ATRCI) is a framework that measures a country’s air transport regulatory competitiveness. Air transport regulatory competitiveness is defined as a set of key determinants that impact the ease of doing business in a country and looks at the passenger and cargo facilitation, infrastructure and supply chain management, and regulatory practice.

  • Public Policy Issues
  • Commercial Freedom
29.07.2019

Spain: Regulatory Competitiveness

The Air Transport Regulatory Competitiveness Indicators (ATRCI) is a framework that measures a country’s air transport regulatory competitiveness. Air transport regulatory competitiveness is defined as a set of key determinants that impact the ease of doing business in a country and looks at the passenger and cargo facilitation, infrastructure and supply chain management, and regulatory practice.

  • Public Policy Issues
  • Commercial Freedom
29.07.2019

Sweden: Regulatory Competitiveness

The Air Transport Regulatory Competitiveness Indicators (ATRCI) is a framework that measures a country’s air transport regulatory competitiveness. Air transport regulatory competitiveness is defined as a set of key determinants that impact the ease of doing business in a country and looks at the passenger and cargo facilitation, infrastructure and supply chain management, and regulatory practice.

  • Public Policy Issues
  • Commercial Freedom
12.07.2019

United Kingdom: Regulatory Competitiveness

The Air Transport Regulatory Competitiveness Indicators (ATRCI) is a framework that measures a country’s air transport regulatory competitiveness. Air transport regulatory competitiveness is defined as a set of key determinants that impact the ease of doing business in a country and looks at the passenger and cargo facilitation, infrastructure and supply chain management, and regulatory practice.

  • Public Policy Issues
  • Commercial Freedom