The Assn. of Asia Pacific Airlines slammed aviation service providers, highlighting a lack of transparency and excessive pricing for their services. AAPA DG Andrew Herdman told delegates and media at the organization's Assembly of Presidents in Osaka that aviation service providers should "adopt transparent, fair and reasonable user charges in accordance with ICAO principles." Herdman told ATWOnline that "market forces are not enough to get fair prices and governments should look to ...

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