Don’t Get Left Holding the Bag in the Fight Over Airport Fees

If you’ve seen your airfares decrease lately, as many Americans have, don’t thank the federal government. In fact, Congress imposes so many taxes and fees on air travel that more than 20 percent of the average ticket price is diverted to government coffers. Yet some politicians are pushingto make flying more expensive by increasing the passenger facility charge (PFC) – a tax that travelers pay at U.S. airports.

To read this piece, visit the Hill’s Congress Blog.

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