Excess Baggage: Measuring Air Transportation’s Fiscal Burden
The federal government should ensure that Canada’s air transportation industry is taxed on a level playing field with other modes of travel, such as bus or rail, and with its international counterparts. The result would be a more internationally competitive airline sector, able to serve Canadian air travelers more efficiently and cheaply.
Volume (Year): (2007)
Issue (Month): 242 (February)
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