Program Web Address
With the beginning of airline deregulations in 1978, U.S. domestic operations were in for a period of turmoil, adjustment, vibrancy, entrepreneurship, and change. A great deal has been written about the effects of deregulation on airlines and their personnel, and on the public at large. Less attention has been paid to the effects on travel agents and on the seminal role of computerized reservations systems (CRSs) in the flowering of travel agencies. This article examines both of these phenomena.
Nicholls, J.A. F.
"Airline Deregulation, Computerized Reservation Systems, and Travel Agents,"
Hospitality Review: Vol. 3
, Article 6.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.fiu.edu/hospitalityreview/vol3/iss2/6