fuel flowage fees

fuel flowage fees

Fees levied by an airport operator per unit (gallons/liter/pound) of aviation gasoline and jet fuel sold at the airport.
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The state-owned international airports generate their own revenue through landing and fuel flowage fees, land and terminal rent, a percentage of concessions, and parking fees, Parrott says.
Postal Service have established international cargo sorting and distribution hubs in Anchorage because of the city's central location to world markets, expedited customs clearance, low landing fees, low fuel flowage fees and accessibility of customs agents in dedicated Foreign Trade Zones.