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benefit passengers. More so, alliance partners work together to pool resources that can be used amongst themselves to offer be%er services toconsumers. Regardless, each type of agreement plays a crucial role in today’s air transporta!on system because of globaliza!on and demographics(Cook & Billig, 2017). These agreements aim to expand networks and establish compe!!ve advantages against other carriers not part of theseagreements.” Deregula!on allowed free-market compe!!on, routes, and maximize consumer welfare without government restric!on orinterference. The consumers’ demands were provided by the airlines with full in-cabin service, legroom, comfortable sea!ng, and reasonable farepricing. With the establishment of new carriers such as low-cost carriers, regional carriers, charters, and legacy carriers the compe!!on wasmaximized. The consumer had a plethora of op!ons to choose from especially pertaining to the fare war. September 11 had a drama!c impact onthe folding of many of the carriers with mergers, bankruptcies and the poor financial health to maintain in the industry caused a dras!c hit to theavia!on industry. Streamlining the air carriers increased the load factors, pricing remains moderate with ameni!es for purchase. Globaliza!on isimpera!ve in the airline industry. Airlines can establish themselves globally by becoming partners or alliances with other interna!onal airlines toprovide the customer with the best of both worlds, absolute reliability coupled with constant innova!on with aircra$type and the luxuries of the“First Class Cabin.” Thanks for your insight!Dr. TylerCook, G. N., & Billig, B. G. (2015). Airline opera!ons and management. New York: Routledge. Kendall TerrellAug 18, 2020#Reply"Airline Deregula!on. U.S Airline Deregula!on Act of 1978.The avia!on industry has taken a 180-degree turn since the Act of 1978. The Airline Deregula!on Act of 1978, promulgated by President Carter, wasthe turning point for airlines, when economists put pressure on congress encourage compe!!on to promote lower fares and be%er service.The effects of the new regula!ons helped stabilized the avia!on industry, but that stability wasn’t 100% guaranteed yet. Some of the main effects theDeregula!on Act of 1978 had on the airline can be classified as:1. Hubs and Spoke: Airlines developed hub-and-spoke systems because they enable them to serve far more markets than they could with the samesize fleet if they offered only direct point-to-point service. Once on the ground, the arriving passengers and cargo from those flights are transferredconveniently to other planes that will take them to their final des!na!ons.2. New Carries: The number of carries has doubled since 1978. Deregula!on did more than prompt a major reshuffling of service by exis!ng carriers.