IN APRIL WE URGED Washington readers to check out business aviation's stance on the FAA funding debate, specifically GAMA Chairman Jack Pelton's recent speeches on the subject. We thought Pelton, Cessna Aircraft's chairman, CEO and president, made a strong case for maintaining the basic elements of the existing aviation tax structure. Those taxes pour billions of dollars into the Airport and Airway Trust, which pays most of the FAA's bills. This month we're examining a different ...

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