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How much is the president or CEO of a private-sector air navigation service provider (ANSP) worth? As the head of any company operating in a free-market economy, one would suppose, whatever the traffic will bear. In the case of Nav Canada's CEO, John Crichton, the figure is currently $390,000 a year (all numbers expressed here are Can $). Despite Nav Canada's growing financial deficit and the lowering of its credit ratings (see main story), Crichton accepted a $43,500 raise last year.