Airports Want Airline Taxes Held In Escrow

As some U.S. airlines raise fares to reap extra revenue benefits from the FAA shutdown, which essentially allows them to keep the amount usually given to the government for taxes, the American Association of Airport Executives is lobbying for Congress to persuade airlines to put that money into an...

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