Jim May, the president of the Air Transport Association, expressed some satisfaction last week that Congress is actively considering new user fees on those who fly in the National Airspace System, and confidence that Congress will adopt some form of FAA reauthorization legislation by the end of the year. May met with Aviation Week editors Tuesday afternoon to discuss the FAA reauthorization battle, which pits the Bush Administration and the scheduled airlines who favor new user ...


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