Tuesday, March 25, 2008

The Free Skies

The sky just got freer: airlines will now be allowed to freely compete on all routes between the U.S. and Europe. That could mean direct flights from places like Rochester, more flights to Heathrow, and cheaper flights to everywhere.

Europe is prospering on the back of international deregulation and the gains from trade - and in cases like this, the U.S. gets a piece of the action, too.


Hope said...

Re Hodgman: Let me bring you up to date: http://www.thedailyshow.com/video/index.jhtml?searchterm=john+hodgman&x=0&y=0&search_title=Search+Results
There's enough there to keep you busy for awhile.

I recommend art criticism and the net neutrality act.

cory said...

Stellar posts today, Chops.

i can't wait to fly to Morocco for peanuts. or cao-cao.