Benefits Of Higher PFC Would Top Trust-Fund Decline, GAO Says

Credit: Joe Pries Aviation
The near-doubling of the $4.50 cap on the passenger facility charge (PFC) sought by airports would put much more project funding under local airport control without significantly lowering revenues flowing into the Airport and Airway Trust Fund (AATF) that backs much of FAA’s budget, a Government...

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