Raising the $4.50 maximum passenger facility charge US airports are allowed to impose is highly unlikely, according to the top staffer on the House of Representatives Transportation and Infrastructure Committee. Jim Coon, staff director of the Republican-controlled committee, last week told the American Assn. of Airport Executives/Airports Council International-North America Washington Legislative Conference that it will be "extremely, extremely difficult to have any legislation ...

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