More US airports explore a privatisation alternative – to be joined by the first Canadian one?

Considering the limited number of slots (five) available under the FAA’s airport Pilot Privatisation Programme a lengthy queue of airports seems to be forming to take advantage of it if they can. Two airports in the Los Angeles area have recently emerged as contenders and for quite different reasons, and one in Maryland. As is often the case though, the momentum is coming from politicians rather than airport managers. Meanwhile, in Canada another political initiative is under way for a full privatisation of Ontario’s Hamilton Airport.

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