Master's Theses

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Date of Award

Fall 1972

Degree Name

Master of Science (MS)

Department

Economics, Finance, & Accounting

Advisor

J. Dale Peier

Abstract

This thesis presents the development of mass air transportation in the United States and other countries. A hypothesis was developed to show that future growth of mass transportation in the United States would be similar to the growth that has occurred in other countries, primarily, European countries. The Hypothesis: By researching the development of air transportation in the United States and other countries, the author believes that a trend in air transportation can be established and projections into the near future can be made with reasonable accuracy. The study found that the hypothesis was acceptable and that mass air transportation being well refined in Europe could be used as an indicator for the United States. The quantity of parallelisms in air transportation was so great that the author predicts that future developments in the United States will continue to follow those of Europe.

Rights

Copyright 1972 Nelson Lytle Krueger

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