On January 24, the General Administration of Civil Aviation of China (CAAC) announced that it would publicize the Reform Plan for Civil Airport Charges on March 1.
The CAAC said that the reform would take two steps in five years to create uniform charge standards for civil aviation services provided by airlines from home and abroad. The charges for civilian airports will be classified and managed accordingly.
In addition, the CAAC said that the reform aims to regulate interest distribution between airlines and airports and would not result in airfare price hikes.
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(China.org.cn January 25, 2008)