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City coffers get slight boost from diverted flights

A few flights that were forced to land at McGill Field won’t substantially change the fortunes of Brandon’s airport.

The refuelling needed by the planes, which were diverted from Winnipeg to Brandon due to bad weather, would be covered by the flat fee that is paid to the city by the Brandon Flying Club. The non-profit club provides refuelling services at the airport.

The city did make a small amount of money from landing fees thanks to the diverted flights. According to city manager Scott Hildebrand, who was responding to an inquiry from Coun. Jeff Harwood (University), the city expected to clear about $310 in fees.

Four planes from Air Canada, Perimeter Air and Calm Air spent a couple of hours on the tarmac in Brandon on Jan. 15, waiting for conditions to clear in Winnipeg.

» Brandon Sun

Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition January 24, 2014

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A few flights that were forced to land at McGill Field won’t substantially change the fortunes of Brandon’s airport.

The refuelling needed by the planes, which were diverted from Winnipeg to Brandon due to bad weather, would be covered by the flat fee that is paid to the city by the Brandon Flying Club. The non-profit club provides refuelling services at the airport.

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A few flights that were forced to land at McGill Field won’t substantially change the fortunes of Brandon’s airport.

The refuelling needed by the planes, which were diverted from Winnipeg to Brandon due to bad weather, would be covered by the flat fee that is paid to the city by the Brandon Flying Club. The non-profit club provides refuelling services at the airport.

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