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Airports today are bigger in terms of the volumes of traffic they handle, the distances that separate them from the cities they serve, their costs and economic impacts. It is ironic that the global importance of airports has intensified the local conflicts they provoke in terms of required land, surrounding commercial and manufacturing developments, ground traffic, and aircraft noise.Every airport cost an extreme amount of money to run effectively. To mitigate the costs, airports impose fees on the airlines that use them. Some of these charges include Aircraft Landing Fees, Outdoor Aircraft Parking Fees, Cargo Facilities, Airline Terminal Rental Rates, Security Fees etc.; the fees never seem to end. These charges are different depending on which airport you are at. All these fees can truly discourage any new airline from entering the market. If they do decide to enter the market, it can truly be an uphill battle just to get established. This is where lease contracts can help. Negotiating a lease is still one of the more difficult challenges facing airport management and tenants today. Both sides are trying to get the best business deal, while recognizing that they must live with this business partner for the next 20, 30, maybe even 40 years. It is imperative that both sides in a negotiation are operating from an informed and educated position, so that all parties have a clear understanding of the potential challenges (for both parties) and try to facilitate a deal that benefits everyone.Reference Kang, lei, & Hansen, M. (2018). Assessing the impact of tactical airport surface operations on airline schedule block time setting. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies, 89,133–147. Retrieved from