British Columbia Premier Gordon Campbell opened the World Route Development Forum in Vancouver last month by proposing to eliminate the province's aviation fuel tax of C$0.02 per liter for international and transborder flights. Vancouver Airport Authority President and CEO Larry Berg said Campbell’s legislative proposal to ax the fuel tax is a "major breakthrough" that will "make YVR more competitive in the global marketplace." He added, "To the ...

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