User Fee Battle Still Raging … so Get Moving Today

By Robert Mark on October 2nd, 2011

user feeEveryone knows about the user fee battle.

How could you not. Current attack aside, we’ve been in this fight on and off for years. The problem though is that when you hear  similar stories from a dozen different blogs, magazines, podcasts and Twitter feeds you become numb.

That means thousands of aviation supporters are probably thinking about the current user fee battle, but doing  little else.

Right now, we need thousands of you who have been planning on raising your hand against this current assault, to click any of these fine sites – General Aviation Airport Coalition (GAAC)GAAC - Jetwhine or the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) or the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) – and sign a petition and a letter to your individual members of Congress telling them to say no. It will take 30 seconds … no more, really!

If you promise to do this right now, I’ll spare you my regular the political diatribe about this President’s inability to grasp the value of our aviation, or any rants about what the Republicans did or what the Democrats didn’t do to bring this on.

But please, make this move today, as soon as you finish the next sentence. We only need 30 seconds of your time to fight a proposal that will seriously change the industry we love forever. Trust me, your vote WILL COUNT.

General Aviation Airport Coalition (GAAC), the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) bloen user feesor the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA)

And one more thing … please, please please pass this note on. We need 30 seconds from everyone you know too. Thanks.

Rob Mark, Publisher


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One Response to “User Fee Battle Still Raging … so Get Moving Today”

  1. John Kosak Says:

    Rob –

    I’ve used the NBAA site to find and contact my representatives on several occasions now. I’ve also used that to write my own personal letters to the folks who are supposed to be serving me in congress. It’s an easy tool and the more voices they hear, the harder we’ll be to ignore.

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