Study of the
Viability of Smaller Airports in Canada
In late 2001 the provincial government
departments responsible for transportation commissioned a study of issues which
are affecting the viability of smaller airports in Canada. The consulting firm
of Sypher:Mueller International Inc. was retained for this initiative.
The investigation was based upon a "case
study" approach, with in depth review and analysis of the conditions,
operations and business plans of 26 smaller airports across Canada. Perspectives
of key stakeholder groups (government agencies, airlines, and airport users)
were also gathered as part of the investigation.
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of the Viability of Smaller Airports in Canada
de la viabilité des aéroports secondaires au Canada