Annals of Air and Space Law, Vol. XXXI, 2006
136 Pages Posted: 31 May 2016 Last revised: 6 Jun 2017
Date Written: 2006
Corporatization of governmental institutions can be done well (e.g., NavCanada) or poorly (e.g., Canadian airports). The important variables are leadership, transparency, governance, and industry participation. Air traffic control is a natural monopoly, so pure for-profit privatization is a pretty bad idea. However, in some countries, corporatization has let to greater efficiency and economy in operations without jeopardizing safety, and removing economic from the national treasury.
We at McGill University studied the governance structures at ANSPs in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Netherlands, New Zealand, South Africa, Switzerland and the UK.
Keywords: Aviation Law, International Law, Aviation, Governance, Privatization, Corporatization
Suggested Citation: Suggested Citation
Dempsey, Paul Stephen and Janda, Richard and Nyampong, Yaw and Saba, John and Wilson, Joseph, The Mcgill Report on Governance of Commercialized Air Navigation Services (2006). Annals of Air and Space Law, Vol. XXXI, 2006. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2699287