New FAA Overflight Charges Could Be Contentious

The FAA is proposing a hefty rate hike on the fees that it charges operators of flights that transit U.S.-controlled airspace but do not takeoff from land in the U.S. The action is causing friction with a rulemaking committee that requested a lesser increase. Operators of so-called “overflights”...

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