After explaining the framework of international agreements and general policy governing civil aviation in the EEC, and discussing prior competition cases,' 5 this Note will then analyze the New Frontiers decision. The groundwork for an exploration of the difficulties in applying and enforcing the decision16 is seen in this case's progress through the French court system 7 and the various issues discussed by the Court of Justice."8 This Note will end by examining the situation of private airlines in the aftermath of the decision.
Virginia J. Clarke,
New Frontiers in EEC Air Transport Competition,
Nw. J. Int'l L. & Bus.