The top executive at Spokane International Airport (CEG) in Spokane, Washington, called on the US Congress to lift the cap on Passenger Facility Charge Program (PFC) funds, saying that “the status quo is not working when it comes to funding airport infrastructure.” His remarks came during the first hearing of the new Democrat-led House Transportation & Infrastructure Committee, which was assembled to discuss first steps on a possible bipartisan infrastructure ...

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