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International Airports Allocation of Operating Revenues and Costs

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  04 July 2016

Adam Jaworski*
Department of Transport, Canada


In 1969, the writer, as a member of the panel on studies of the economics of route facilities of the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), submitted a paper about costs allocation of 13 international Canadian airports including six alternates to the North Atlantic Service. The data in the paper might be used as a numerical illustration for costs allocation at international airports to the domestic operation and of the alternate airports as well.

Supplementary Papers
Copyright © Royal Aeronautical Society 1971 

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* The writer was one of the Canadian Delegates at this Session.

* There are, however, significant international airports who seem to prevent an unexpected traffic inflow by charging the non-scheduled landings a fee four times higher than for the scheduled landings.