Airservices Australia freezes charges to 2011

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After more than 12 months of consultation with customers, during which the general economic climate and aviation markets have both changed dramatically, Airservices Australia announced in Aug-2008 that it would freeze charges for air traffic control and airside services until mid-2011. The move will come as a relief to Australian airlines, but will eat further into already shrinking revenues for the Australian air navigation services provider.

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