A4A opposes White House plan to raise taxes on airfares

Airlines for America opposes President Barack Obama's plan to increase taxes paid by customers on airfares. "Instead of $61 on a typical $300 domestic ticket, that could go to $75," said John Heimlich, chief economist at A4A. "We're not getting the most out of the money we're providing already."

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