U.S. airline executives have written to lawmakers urging them to not increase passenger facility charges (PFCs) in FAA reauthorization legislation. CEOs from all the major U.S. carriers signed the letter, which was sent to the leaders of the House Transportation & Infrastructure Committee and the Senate Commerce Committee. These lawmakers are trying to resolve differences between the House and Senate reauthorization bills, although progress has been slow. The House-passed bill ...

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