Airline efforts to get business and general aviation to bear a larger share of the cost of the air traffic control system may stall when Congress takes up FAA reauthorization legislation this year, a senior congressional staff member said yesterday. Speaking to the American Bar Assn. Forum on Air & Space Law in Washington, David Heymsfeld, majority staff director for the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, told attendees that Democratic members are not convinced that major ...

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