General aviation groups are expressing frustration that the Obama administration’s fiscal 2014 budget resurrects controversial proposals such as user fees and business aircraft depreciation extensions, saying that combined with planned contract tower reductions, it gives the appearance of “a widespread attack on general aviation.” The White House released a fiscal 2014 budget on April 10 that holds down FAA’s budget with cuts in Airport Improvement Program grants, but seeks to raise ...
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