Nearly 19,000 people have appealed to their Senators to oppose FAA’s plan to charge the Experimental Aircraft Association for federal air traffic controller expenses during next month’s AirVenture in Oshkosh, Wis. The appeals come as a group of Senators solicit signatures for a letter asking FAA Administrator Michael Huerta to scrap the plan. The ATC tower in Oshkosh is run through the contract tower program, but FAA brings in additional staff—including nearly 80 controllers and ...
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