Before deciding to continue or change the system or level of airport charges1 or the associated quality of services at an airport that it manages, a regulated airport2 operator3 must have regard to any representations (including objections) made by airport users4 consulted5.
Airport charges set by a regulated airport operator must not discriminate between airport users but this does not prevent a regulated airport operator from varying airport charges for reasons relating to the public and general interest, including for reasons relating to the environment, where the criteria used for varying the charges are relevant, objective and transparent
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