AOPA Urges Senate To Curb ‘Egregious’ Airport, FBO Fees


Taxis line up at Henderson Executive Airport south of Las Vegas, where a slot reservation system is in effect Feb. 7-13 and all aircraft parking spaces booked. 

Credit: Bill Carey
Citing “egregious” fees being charged by fixed-based operators (FBOs), the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) urged its membership Feb. 7 to press U.S. senators for affordable access to public-use airports. The AOPA issued a “call to action” to its 300,000 members to lobby their...

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