AIRLINES: ECONOMIC ARGUMENTS

1991-07-31

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  • Report relaying the potential economic impact on airlines of a smoking ban. Emphasizes that smoking restrictions reduce the number of passengers on a particular airline as well as provide a "competitive edge" to airlines without restrictions. Expresses concern that prices will indirectly rise for non-smokers because of a loss in duty free sales for tobacco-related products.
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