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Commercial aviation is a segment of the commercial aerospace industry that focuses on the operation of aircraft for the purpose of transporting passengers and cargo. It is a highly regulated industry, with governments setting safety, security, and environmental standards. Airlines, airports, and aircraft manufacturers are the main players in the commercial aviation market. Airlines are responsible for the operation of aircraft, while airports provide the infrastructure for aircraft to take off and land. Aircraft manufacturers design, develop, and produce the aircraft used by airlines. The commercial aviation market is highly competitive, with airlines competing for passengers and cargo. Airlines must also compete with other forms of transportation, such as rail and road. Airlines must also manage their costs, as fuel and labor costs are major components of their operating expenses. Companies in the commercial aviation market include airlines such as American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, and United Airlines; airports such as Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and Los Angeles International Airport; and aircraft manufacturers such as Boeing, Airbus, and Embraer. Show Less Read more