FAA Dismisses Lufthansa Objections In Decision To Hike Overflight Fees

The FAA will raise U.S. overflight fees by as much as 69% by October 2014, dismissing Lufthansa’s opposition to the first update of the fees in about a decade. Lufthansa was the only carrier that had objected to the increase in the fee, which is aimed at recouping costs for managing flights that...

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