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, non-profit entity that manages and operates Canada’s air traffic control system also plans to provide users a one-time collective refund totaling C$60 million ($44.6 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 fiscal ...

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