Actor Harrison Ford is relieved that Congress and the Obama Administration “were able to resist the impulse of user fees.” Ford, who believes that a diminishing number of new pilots is one of the biggest issues facing industry, says the decision to avoid user fees “makes a huge difference for the pilot population.” He stresses the importance of keeping costs down for flying. Ford, who has taken a significant role in general aviation advocacy, last week met with House and Senate GA Caucus ...
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