The Obama administration’s fiscal 2010 FAA budget proposal released last week provided few clues a bout long-range plans to replace aviation excise taxes with user fees, but administration officials last week maintained that user fees remain on the table beginning in fiscal 2011 (BA, March 2/91). The proposal recommends a $16 billion budget for FAA, but does not seek any new user charges in 2010. Plans call for cost-based user charges for air traffic control services beginning in fiscal ...

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