A4A CEO: White House budget uses passengers as piggy bank for more spending

03/5/2014 | USA Today

Airlines for America CEO Nicholas Calio expressed strong opposition to the White House budget proposal, which again seeks to impose billions of dollars in new and higher aviation fees on the backs of airline passengers and shippers. The proposal would increase federal aviation fees paid by passengers by $5 billion in the coming decade. Calio called the budget "hugely disappointing and continued evidence of a blind spot to the value of aviation to the U.S. economy and jobs."

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