US Congress has opted to leave the federal cap on passenger facility charges (PFC) unchanged at $4.50 in the upcoming FAA reauthorization bill, but language in the bill would alter the program in other ways, according to people familiar with the matter. The PFC program allows most commercial US airports to collect fees of up to $4.50 for every passenger. These fees fund FAA-approved projects that “enhance safety, security, or capacity; ...

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