Regulating aviation in emerging markets

Published: August 31, 2010

Executive summary

The global civil aviation sector has grown rapidly in emerging markets such as the Middle East, Russia, and Asia over the past decade. Yet the regulatory framework in such markets has not kept pace with this growth. Effective regulation is necessary if these regions are to effectively manage the expansion in passengers, cargo, and revenue and ensure safe and secure skies. Leading aviation regulators and civil aviation authorities (CAAs) in emerging markets should look to developed markets for best practices in establishing a clear legislative framework, a set of policy priorities, transparent governance systems, and effective funding strategies.

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Regulating aviation in emerging markets