Nav Canada said it plans to extend the 3.9% base-rate decrease implemented in September 2016 that was set to expire in August 2017. The independent, nonprofit entity that manages and operates Canada’s air traffic control system also plans to provide users a one-time collective refund totaling 60 million Canadian dollars ($44 million). The benefits of the extended rate decrease and one-time refund will mostly be enjoyed by airlines. “The strong traffic results in the current ...


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