The crushing and increasing burden of new government rules and taxes on the airline industry will result in higher airfares, fewer visitors to more than 200 cities throughout the U.S. and cost the public $28.5 billion more over the next 10 years, a report from The American Aviation Institute has revealed. Higher taxes and regulations will lead to 17.7 million fewer passengers per year traveling and reduce annual local tax collections by $443 million, AAI analysis shows. All of the top 200 U.S. cities are affected.
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