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.
Sunday reader: What is an Airport Improvement Fee for?
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.
Sunday reader: Canadian airports spent $3.5 billion in 2018 – where did the money go?
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: […]
Sunday Reader: Canada’s airports generate $4 billion in revenues in 2018
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.
Sunday reader: Why are so few of Canada’s airports named for aviators?
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 […]
Sunday reader: How privatizing CATSA became the only choice
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?