A group representing US airports is renewing calls for Congress to raise the cap on a local user fee that goes toward infrastructure improvements, arguing that record ancillary fee collections by airlines undermine claims that raising the passenger facility charge (PFC) cap would crimp passenger demand for air travel. Data released May 6 from the US Department of Transportation’s Bureau of Transportation Statistics show US airlines collected upward of $1.2 billion in baggage fees in ...

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