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AOPA calls on FAA to address monopoly complaint against N.C. airport

03/19/2018 4:15 PM | CAC Administrator (Administrator)


AOPA is calling for the Federal Aviation Administration to address a monopoly complaint it lodged last year against North Carolina's Asheville Regional Airport for giving fixed-based operator Signature Flight Supports full control of all transient ramp space and fuel services. "Frankly, it is perplexing and disappointing that (Greater Asheville Regional Airport Authority) is not more concerned over the prices being charged to access the airport and, as a corollary, the entire Asheville region," wrote Kenneth Mead, AOPA's general counsel, in a letter to the airport.


More: https://www.citizen-times.com/story/news/local/2018/03/14/asheville-regional-airport-aopa-calls-immediate-action-monopoly-complaint/423429002/

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