U.S. Airports Call On Airlines To Quit Opposing PFC Hike

A group representing U.S. airport executives has renewed calls for airlines to end their “short-sighted opposition” to raising the Passenger Facility Charge (PFC) cap, arguing that record high revenues from ancillary fees undercut the carriers’ stance against lifting the PFC. “Ho-Ho-Ho has become...

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