FAA decides AOPA's Asheville complaint

The FAA’s Southern Region Airports Division has decided against AOPA’s Part 13 complaint over egregious fixed-base operator fees and unreasonable access at Asheville Regional Airport in North Carolina. A June 7 letter clears the way for Signature, the sole FBO at Asheville, to continue to charge general aviation pilots for unnecessary and unwanted services. Although informal at this stage, AOPA believes the decision contradicts existing FAA policies, and could be the beginning of a dangerous precedent for many other airports across the country.

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