Big Airlines Keep Raking in Fees Yet Still Can’t Manage Their Own Systems
Big Airlines Keep Raking in Fees Yet Still Can’t Manage Their Own Systems Aviation & Passenger Advocates Renew Opposition to Big Airline Led Air Traffic Control Takeover Push Washington, D.C. – In the latest in an endless litany of high-profile debacles, the big airlines experienced yet another high profile “glitch” last week allowing all American […]
December is “General Aviation Appreciation Month” in Ohio
Governor John Kasich issues proclamation.
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Rural Citizens Rally to Keep Federal Oversight of ATC
William Garvey of Aviation Week explains why many different groups have joined forces in support of federal oversight of air traffic control.
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What Others Are Saying About
Air Traffic Control Privatization
Click here for a select compilation of what others are saying about air traffic control privatization and the impact it would have on communities around nation.
What's At Stake with ATC Privatization
With a privatized ATC funded outside of the Congressional budget process and no Congressional oversight, airline passengers will bear the brunt of increased taxes and fees, smaller seat space and even worse treatment.
Bad Deal for Passengers
With a privatized ATC funded outside of the Congressional budget process, airline passengers will end up paying higher taxes and fees on their fares to fund it. Not only that, travelers will get the added benefit of paying more for longer delays, too.
Profits Over Safety
Under privatization, decisions about our air traffic control system would be made according to private interests and profits, not safety, technology, fairness and access – all brought to you by the commercial airlines and their allies, who can barely get through a week without a major technological outage or major incident.
Devastate Rural Communities
A privatized ATC would hurt rural communities by slashing routes and denying access to the skies for critical needs such as agricultural aviation operations and emergency services like those that fight forest fires and grassland fires.
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About the Alliance
Formed in 2007, the Alliance for Aviation Across America is a non-profit, non-partisan coalition of over 6,300 individuals, businesses, agricultural groups, FBO’s, small airports, elected officials, charitable organizations, and leading business and aviation groups that are helping to raise awareness about the value of general aviation and local airports, particularly for rural communities. For these communities, general aviation and local airports support business activity, medical care, disaster relief, firefighting, agriculture, law enforcement, and a host of important resources and services.
The impact of general aviation on local economies and communities amounts to over 1.2 million jobs and billions in economic activity. This wide-scale economic impact survey was co-sponsored by Alliance members League of Rural Voters, Air Care Alliance, National Agricultural Aviation Association, Small Business Entrepreneur Council, and the National Association of State Aviation Officials.
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I have worked in aviation in Arizona for 29 years, working my way up from an aircraft re-fueler in Phoenix to my current role as Manager of the Flagstaff Pulliam Airport. I have traveled and worked all around this great state of ours, enjoying the vastly different climates and terrains – all of which drive […]