Western Aviation News takes a deep dive into the world of airport finances, this week examining how airports are becoming some of the biggest land developers in Canada.
This week in the Sunday Reader, we take a deep dive into the world Airport Improvement Fees, that last year, added $1.4 billion to airports’ bottom lines, while they spent $1 billion on capital projects.
This is the second of four reports taking a deep dive into Canadian airports’ operations in 2018. Last week: Canada’s airports generated more than $4 billion in revenues in 2018 Next week: […]
Figures compiled by Western Aviation News show Canada’s airports raked in more than $4 billion in revenues in 2018, and generated more than $250 million in profits. The first of four parts.
Canada Post did a good thing this week when it released a series of five great Canadian innovators and inventions. There is no doubt that the two men, one woman and two […]
What’s behind Ottawa’s plan, buried deep in its latest budget, to scrap CATSA and create a new not-for-profit entity in charge of security at Canada’s airports?
(UPDATE: This story has been updated with new information from Boeing. The company released a statement Sunday, no longer expressing confidence in the safety of their planes. See below.) It’s fair to […]
This week on the Sunday reader: Air Canada reinforces its hubs, what does that mean for the rest of the country? And where will Canada’s fastest-growing airport be?