Niger, Liberia, Guinea Bissau, Senegal, Bangui, Sierra Leone, Republic of Congo, and Nigeria top the list of African countries with high airport taxes. These airport taxes are as high as some European countries that have met stiff resistance from the International Air...
Yes its true. The Obama Administration’s proposed tripling of the passenger security tax is on the table. Will Congress go along? After all there is a real need to cut the deficit. As one can imagine this new tax is not going over well – the ATA is reacting by...
Obama’s new jobs bill and economic recovery plan will also increase taxes (via fees) on the airline passengers, as well as general aviation. In the proposed legislation, airline passengers will be impacted by a raise in the 9/11 security fee from $2.50 per...
President Obama has proposed a $100 per flight tax on turboprop and turbojet business aircraft operating in the United States. These fees would be in addition to the current taxes, collected through a tax on aviation fuel, and increase the cost of using business, and...
Delta Air Lines just sent out the following PR: “Funding for the FAA expired on July 23. At that time, Delta stopped collecting several taxes imposed on ticket sales, including a 7.5 percent tax on the base ticket price, a $3.70 segment tax and facilities taxes...
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