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Volume 14,Issue 3 Autumn 2012

Civil Aviation Development Fund Expands its Fees to Include Business Aviation


The Civil Aviation Development Fund Tentative Procedures issued in March expanded its range of fee collection to include business flights.
As an important part of modern air transportation, business aviation refers to general aviation activities that provide no-ticket flights to clients that are doing commercial, political, economic, and other related affairs. In the recent years, business aviation has grown fast. Preliminary ratings show that, domestic business flight sorties in 2009, 2010 and 2011 were 3,151 sorties, 4,552 sorties and 6,297 sorties respectively, growing at an average annual rate of 40%, highly above the growth rate of commercial flights and other general aviation services.


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