U.S. airports are already on track to collect billions in PFCs, and when combined with other government taxes and fees, more than 20 percent of the average ticket price is diverted to government coffers. The numbers are clear. Airports are not in danger, now or in the near future, of running out of infrastructure funding. Asking vacationers to Orlando or business travelers to New York City or passengers across the country to pay more to fly would inflict unnecessary economic harm and reduce consumer welfare.