Small corporate jets are increasingly crowding the skies, further taxing an already overburdened air traffic control system. Industry experts say it is time to change the system and how it is funded. "The airlines pay a disproportionate part of the system," says an FAA spokeswoman. "Business jets are an important part of the general aviation category, and under the current structure [they] don't pay for the financial system."

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