dominant carrier

dominant carrier

A telecommunications services provider that has control over a large segment of a particular market.
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Tennessee's dominant carrier is using a market-by-market strategy.
Arkansas Blue Cross & Blue Shield, the dominant carrier in Arkansas, was approved for rate increases of 7.
Starting with two aircraft as a rival to Gulf Air, the regionally dominant carrier of the time, the expatriate-led management focused on delivering higher quality service and in-flight entertainment than competitors.
Southwest Airlines, the dominant carrier at Midway, had hoped to resume a full flight schedule Saturday, but had to cancel all flights between 10 a.
perishables), and the lack of a single dominant carrier makes room for enhanced competition and demand for real estate.
Recently, Tiger Airways agreed to sell its Philippine operations to dominant carrier, Cebu Pacific, and AirAsia's Philippine unit bought into smaller Zest Air.
The Gulf states wouldn't allow us to fly to their points - Gulf Air was the dominant carrier and there was no love lost, quite a lot of blood-letting in those days," he tells 7DAYS.
Already the largest long-haul airline, such a purchase would set Emirates further apart from rivals and secure its position as the dominant carrier for the next generation.
Global mobile backhaul expenditures are expected to reach $8B billion by 2014(1) Ethernet is expected to be the dominant carrier technology by 2014 in mobile backhaul(1) Microwave backhaul is the most prevalent technology used in the global mobile backhaul market with >55 percent of all backhaul connections.
China Telecom was long the country's dominant carrier, but fell behind as demand shifted from landlines to wireless.
The merger would create a dominant carrier in Greece's domestic market, with a fleet of 64 aircraft and a workforce of 5,850 employees.
Darryl Jenkins, an airline industry consultant, said the United-Continental combination would be the dominant carrier in several of the largest U.