dominant carrier

dominant carrier

A telecommunications services provider that has control over a large segment of a particular market.
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This year the Index includes the dominant carrier at each hub, and the share of flights operated by that carrier.
Emirates is already the dominant carrier for many destinations in the Middle East, India and Australia.
For example, it will charge $99 one-way for nonrefundable tickets on the San Jose route, whereas ticket prices start at $59 one-way for most San Diego-San Jose flights on Southwest Airlines: San Diego's dominant carrier. The pricing gap relative to Southwest is similar on the other two initial routes.
However the other 50 per cent of cases, the infection can remain in a dominant carrier status throughout the patient's life.
United is now the dominant carrier between China and the United States, providing more services than any other airline, with direct flights to Beijing, Shanghai, Chengdu, Sichuan province, and Xi'an, Shaanxi province.
Tennessee's dominant carrier is using a market-by-market strategy.
PLDT's arrangement with PHOpenIX does not require the dominant carrier to exchange traffic with other ISPs via the local Internet exchange.
Arkansas Blue Cross & Blue Shield, the dominant carrier in Arkansas, was approved for rate increases of 7.15 percent in individual plans and 3.01 percent in the group plan offered through the exchange.
MANILA, Philippines - Smart Communications Inc., the flagship wireless arm of dominant carrier Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co.
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.m.
perishables), and the lack of a single dominant carrier makes room for enhanced competition and demand for real estate.