That's a good question, and I can honestly say we didn't prepare for that one beforehand.
I would go back to some things from the earlier questions in terms of establishing overall expectations for consumers and creating a bottom-level base that the industry has to adhere to from a service standard viewpoint. There's some utility in that.
In terms of the broader corridor issues, I don't think there's much, to be honest. I think some of the other issues we've talked about that are not in this legislation would speak to this—some of the accountability issues we've talked about from other levels, with other actors involved, and I think some of the comments that were made a few moments ago about recognizing aviation as a commercial enabler.
By and large, I don't get the sense that we are necessarily seen as a commercial enabler. We are the only mode of transportation that has 100% user pay. I look at some of the other modes and the way they are governed and the extent to which public funds are made available to them, and that doesn't occur with our sector.
If we wanted to actually drive those corridors further and commercial aviation were to play a strong role in that, we should look at some of the policies that exist for these other modes of transport under this rubric and see whether we can apply them to aviation.