How the FAA Defines a Common Carrier

How has common carriage traditionally been defined? How has this definition changed over time? Christopher Koopman, Senior Research Fellow and Director of the Technology Policy Program, Mercatus Center, discusses these important questions.

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Related Links:

Fourth Branch Video: “Regulating Planesharing: Exploring Common Carriage and Expense Sharing”

Fourth Branch Video: “Regulating Planesharing: Flytenow and the FAA”

Deep Dive Podcast: “‘Uber of the Sky’: The Story of Flytenow”

Christopher Koopman

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