User charges in international air transportation
Author(s)Seagrave, Norman P.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Flight Transportation Laboratory
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The charges dealt with here are those paid by international airline operators for the use of airports and airways. At airports, there are charges for landings and takeoffs and various fees or rentals for other facilities and services required for the conduct of airline operations and business. Airway charges may cover enroute navigation aids, air traffic control, the supply of information on weather conditions, and the provision of ground-based communications services required in the identification and separation of air traffic.
Cover titleOctober 1979This report is the text of a seminar given by Mr. Norman P. Seagrave, Counselor, International and Regulatory Services, Pan American World Airways. The seminar was given at MIT on October 4, 1979, for the course "Air Transportation Analysis and Planning."--Pref
Cambridge, Mass. : Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Flight Transportation Laboratory, 
FTL report (Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Flight Transportation Laboratory) ; R79-11