TVNWZ wrote:strangeplanes wrote:TVNWZ wrote:[twoid][/twoid]
(no) They can either sign or pay a higher fee.
Lol. No. Everything is negotiable. Just business.
Some of the airlines who didn’t sign were not signed on to the existing agreement or have been non signatory in the recent past.
Others have corporate policies that prevent signing u/l agreements as long as the one that is being put in place.
The political capital it would take to go back through city council with a different u/l agreement isn’t worth it for airlines that make up less than 1% each of airport traffic. Let alone the uproar this would cause among the airlines who did sign that make up 95+% of traffic.