A wide range of aviation-related trade groups urged the US Congress to reject any proposed tax increases or new user fees that would be imposed on air travel, reacting to deficit reduction plans put forward by President Barack Obama this week. In a proposal aimed at lowering the US government's budget deficit over the next decade, the White House's Office of Management and Budget (OMB) advocated for two taxes/fees that could affect air transport. One would be a ...

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