Opinion: Bill would have spread burden of funding ATC:

05/7/2008 | Rocky Mountain News (Denver)

The aviation legislation that died this week in the Senate would have required general aviation to pay for a greater portion of air traffic control costs, the Rocky Mountain News editorial board writes. "Forcing general aviation users to shoulder more of the air-traffic control burden is welcome; the Federal Aviation Administration says general aviation provides only 3% of the funding but accounts for 17% of the system's use," the board notes.

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