Nearly doubling the Passenger Facility Charge (PFC) cap to $8.50 in next year’s FAA reauthorization bill is a top priority for US airports. FAA is authorized through Sept. 30, 2015; the agency’s reauthorization is expected to be the biggest aviation public policy debate in Washington DC next year. US airports are currently allowed to impose a maximum $4.50 PFC fee per flight segment on tickets after gaining approval from FAA for a targeted construction project. The $4.50 cap was ...

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