Soaring airport charges are pushing airlines to consider taking drastic steps such as ending service to particularly egregious offenders, IATA Chairman Robert Milton said Friday in Montreal. Milton, who is also chairman and CEO of Air Canada parent ACE Aviation Holdings, said the IATA board discussed the issue at its regularly scheduled meeting here. "There is the potential for some fairly draconian action," he told journalists at a Star Alliance media briefing. A boycott "would be done ...

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