The early years of regulation
The following post has two assignments namely;
1.The early years of regulation
The early years of regulation literally established the basis for all legislation concerning the airlines. In the United States the Air Commerce Act of 1926 was the first governmental assumption of
responsibility for the aviation infrastructure and the Civil Aeronautics Act of 1938 and its 1940 amendments essentially remained intact for 20 years. The Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) would
continue to regulate the airline industry until 1978. There are five pieces of aviation legislation passed by the government covered in this module and understanding all of them is essential to
this course. In Europe air mail service was also being developed. Deutsch Luftthansa was a dominate carrier for air freight. In central America Transportes Aereos Centro-Americanos was setting
records for the being an all freight company. The business of aviation was now growing worldwide
1. Describe the purpose of the Airmail Act of 1925 (Kelly Act).
2. Identify some of the early CAM routes and their significance in terms of today’s major air carriers.
3. Explain the importance of the Morrow Board.
4. Describe the purpose of the Air Commerce Act of 1926.
5. Discuss the efforts in Europe to develop an airmail and cargo service before World War II.
6. Describe the purpose of the Airmail Act of 1930 (McNary-Watres Act)
7. Describe the purpose of the Airmail Act of 1934 (Black-McKellar Act).
8. Describe the purpose of the Civil Aeronautics Act of 1938 (McCarran-Lea Act)
9. Review the activity of Transportes Aereos Centro-Americanos in Central America which was an all freight company.
Write no more than 2 pages (800words) in which you note the key features of the reading below and the challenges it poses: Masters, A ‘Quality of governance in Australian unions’, International Institute of Administrative Sciences (IIAS) and the International Association of Schools and Institutes of Administration (IASIA) Joint Congress, 20-23 September 2016, Chengdu, China. IIAS/IASIA -demonstrates detailed understanding of the reading, and includes insightful reflections drawing from other course material -consistently uses insightful evidence from the readings (quotes and page refs) -extends the discussion and introduces new ideas or approaches -Be clear and concise -Single line spacing is used for quotes when these are separated and indented. – using the APA 6th style of referencing. -summarise the arguments and provide critical analysis