“Freedom” and “Liberalization” are the two words that strike people’s minds whenever they hear the term “Open Sky Policy”. This policy or the so-called “liberalisation of air service agreements” simply allows foreign aircrafts or carriers to fly freely to a certain country and compete with other airline companies operating there. “The RP (Republic of the Philippines) open skies policy follows on with the initiative by the U.S. & some European nations to liberalize the rules for international aviation markets & minimize government intervention” (www.answers.yahoo.com). In summary, this policy forms broader opportunities for airline
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