Faut-il autoriser des aides d’exploitation pérennes versées par les aéroports régionaux aux compagnies à bas coûts ?

Abstract : The guidelines on state aids, issued in 2014, provide simpler start-up aids rules for new routes and open the way to transitory operating aid schemes. These measures as discounts on landing or on terminal charges, can make sense at the economic point of view and can comply with the private market investor principle. For this purpose, we model the airport as a two-sided platform, performing a trade-off between its aeronautical and commercial resources. Furthermore, we put into relief the relationship between the level of the subsidy and the airport’s charges regulation. If regulation uses a price-cap mechanism, the airline may abuse of its negotiation power to extract the main part of the surplus produced by the contract. Conversely, a regulation based on a floor mechanism may allow to limit the capacity of the airline to extract gains and to reduce by way the level of the subsidy needed to balance the airport’s budget.
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Estelle Malavolti, Frédéric Marty. Faut-il autoriser des aides d’exploitation pérennes versées par les aéroports régionaux aux compagnies à bas coûts ?. Revue Economique, Presses de Sciences Po, 2019, 2, pp.149-166. ⟨10.3917/reco.pr2.0129⟩. ⟨hal-01985218⟩

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