The Experimental Aircraft Association is paying $450,000 to cover FAA controller expenses, but the association says it is continuing to fight the charges and “this isn’t over.” FAA last month informed EAA that it would charge for travel costs, per diem expenses and overtime pay for the federal controllers brought in during this year’s weeklong AirVenture in Oshkosh, Wis., July 29-Aug. 4. The air traffic control tower in Oshkosh is run through the contract tower program, but FAA brings in ...


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