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40 Years Later: How the Airline Deregulation Act Came to Pass – Part I

America is Investing Wisely in Airport Infrastructure Projects

U.S. Airlines Support the Carolinas Following Hurricane Florence

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What Do Airlines Mean to America? Aviation Industry Employees Weigh In

What do commercial aviation professionals think their industry means to America? We wanted to find out so we asked more than a dozen of them about the role the airlines play in the U.S. and what the industry needs to grow stronger.

How Airlines are Making Air Travel Better for You

Airlines and airports work together to ensure that every passenger has a safe and pleasant travel experience.

Exposing the Government’s Hidden Ticket Taxes

More than 210 million passengers will travel on U.S. airlines this summer, a six-year high. Sadly, peak summer travel season also means peak tax season. Commercial aviation and its customers actually pay 17 different aviation taxes and fees. A whopping $62, or 20 percent, of a $300 round-trip ticket is actually taxes and fees. The burden will get even higher when the Transportation Security Administration fee more than doubles in July.

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