US airports need to invest $87.4 billion over the next five years in new infrastructure to keep pace with rising passenger and cargo demand, according to Airports Council International-North America, which this week called for Congress to raise the $4.50-per-segment cap on passenger facility charges. Asserting that "aviation is already stretched to the breaking point," ACI-NA President Greg Principato said a study conducted by his organization "tells us that by prudently raising and ...

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