Thirty California airports formed the California Airports Council, which will "dedicate its work to advocacy and education on issues facing commercial airports." San Francisco International Executive Director John Martin is the first president and Jim Lites was named executive director. CAC will seek an increase in the PFC cap to $7.50 from $4.50 (set in 2000) as part of the pending FAA reauthorization bill, which it said will allow airports to invest an additional $2 billion in ...

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