Bill Shifts FAA Funding To General Av...

Bill Shifts FAA Funding To General Aviation

There are 2 comments on the Travel Trade story from May 6, 2007, titled Bill Shifts FAA Funding To General Aviation. In it, Travel Trade reports that:

The U.S. Senate aviation committee was expected to introduce a bill at press time that would phase out a fuel tax paid by commercial airlines and raise the tax paid by operators of smaller turbine-engine planes ...

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Lance Winslow

United States

#1 May 6, 2007
The wisdom of this will be apparent in future commercial plane crashes.
steve q

Schaumburg, IL

#2 Jun 15, 2007
iam opposed to this the airlines want ga to
pay more to use the airspace we already pay
thru fuel taxes , the airlines are flying to
many flights to the same airports at the same time and over grouding the sytem

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