In The News Posted June 27, 2017 Share Posted June 27, 2017 The House Transportation and Infrastructure committee approved a proposal on Tuesday to separate air traffic control from the FAA and transfer to it a nonprofit corporation over three years, according to a report in The Hill. The bill would create a board of directors with the power to impose user fees, however, general aviation users would be exempt from fees. The board’s 13 members would include three from the airlines – one each for passenger, cargo and regional carriers – and one seat each for GA and business aviation. View the full article Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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