US FAA yesterday unveiled its eagerly awaited Next Generation Air Transportation System Financing Reform Act of 2007, the funding and air traffic control legislative proposal that would eliminate domestic ticket taxes, impose user fees and "make it easier for airports, airlines and controllers to keep pace with the skyrocketing demand for air travel," according to Administrator Marion Blakey. Revenues required by the agency and for the development of satellite-based ATC would be generated by ...

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