Congress To Give U.S. Airports More PFC Flexibility, But No Cap Rise

WASHINGTON—The U.S. Congress likely will leave the federal cap on passenger facility charges (PFC) unchanged at $4.50 per flight segment in the upcoming FAA reauthorization bill, but language in the House-passed bill would alter the program in other ways, according to people familiar with the matter...

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