ACI’s Gittens Attacks U.S. Position On Passenger Facility Charges

The leader of Airports Council International has criticized the U.S. government for its cap on U.S. airport passenger facility charges (PFCs), telling an aviation group in Washington that the limits are an unnecessary restraint on airports’ ability to respond to local needs and global competition...

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