The NBAA is fighting a proposal circulating in Congress that would change the jet fuel tax structure to make the end user, rather than the producer, responsible for the tax. Currently, the producer is responsible for the tax remittance but must divide out the difference between the 24.4-cent-per-gallon charge on kerosene and the 21.9-cent-per-gallon levy on jet fuel, a form of kerosene. The NBAA fears that the result of such a proposal is that aircraft operators would end up ...


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