Amsterdam Schiphol fees will remain stable through April 1, 2010, despite the current economic downturn. "By keeping charges at the current level, AMS aims to help airlines maintain and expand their network of destinations to and from AMS," a spokesperson explained. In doing so, Schiphol will accept a lower return on aviation activities than is permitted based on its Aviation Act. The decision not to increase charges at this moment is based on a commercial consideration, which is feasible ...

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