Record levels of passenger and cargo traffic are straining airport capacity, a problem that must be addressed in US FAA's reauthorization program, Airports Council International-North America President Gregory Principato testified before the US Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation last week. US airports need to be able to provide the appropriate facilities, including new runways, to accommodate demand, he said. FAA's current fee structure expires Sept. 30 (ATWOnline, Feb. ...

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