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Introduction I did not play with a train set nor did I collect model planes as a child but one cannot work for the transport sector without developing a passion for it and embracing its objective of linking countries and people. It is therefore a great honour for me to have been asked to write this foreword to the special issue of e-Competitions on access to facilities in the transport sector. The application of competition law to the transport sector is rather recent and was a consequence of the European liberalization of the air transport, maritime services and railway sector. The liberalization of these services had and still has a huge impact on the financing and the organization of certain modes of transport and it had indisputable secondary consequences on transport

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