The camel's nose

Lewis, Torch
November 1995
Business & Commercial Aviation;Nov95, Vol. 77 Issue 5, p120
Trade Publication
Comments on the proposed 1996 Transportation Appropriations Bill in the US Senate that would impose new aviation user fee structures or taxes for air traffic control and other business aviation services. Implications for business jets; Sponsorship of measure by Senator John McCain; Evaluation of possibility to separate the Federal Aviation Administration from the Department of Tourism.


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