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are already separate entities inside the agency. The Trump proposal is a step-back to a time when eff ort was wasted because air traffi c systems were developed without a clear understanding of total safety requirements and subsequently had to be modifi ed or scrapped.” On reducing public accountability while adding to


defi cits, Hiller comments, “The FAA (including air traffi c) is funded almost exclusively from current aviation taxes. The Administration proposal adds to the annual budget defi cit by $46 billion and increases the amount of revenue expected to be paid from the non-traveling public. The proposed scheme would make it impossible for the fl ying public to determine how much of the cost of their airplane ticket can be attributed to air traffi c control. Worse, reducing public oversight means citizens will have no recourse for addressing concerns like noise, and system users will be at the mercy of the Secretary of Transportation to determine what’s a fair cost.


“The Administration is correct in its call for FAA to


migrate to a performance-based regulatory framework,” Hiller continues. “And there is even more that can be done within the agency’s current framework, including modifying the budget rules to protect the FAA from the uncertainties created by sequesters and government shutdowns. Finally, reclaiming the hundreds of millions of dollars lost annually to the Highway Trust Fund and increasing the use of the performance-based contracting are all readily achievable steps that do not require the radical and potentially dangerous step of corporatizing air traffi c control.”


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