In this issue:
Reforming the passenger facility chargeSecondary cockpit barriers back on the agendaDenver post-mortem reveals flawed terminal P3 processNew York airspace still a messNews NotesQuotable Quotes
Reforming the Passenger Facility Charge to Support Aviation RecoveryBy Marc Scribner
The COVID-19 pandemic and responses to it injected an unprecedented amount of uncertainty into the air travel market. Nearly overnight, year-over-year passenger boardings in the U.S. cratered by 95%. Aviation and travel industry analysts were predicting recovery time horizons of four or more years, but domestic air travel demand came roaring back to almost pre-pandemic levels after less than two years.
This surging demand caught