The Senate has approved a Federal Aviation Administration authorization bill that would establish a pilot program giving six airports the ability to set their own passenger facilities charges, which currently are capped at $4.50 and are used to back bonds.

The House may consider the bill or take action on its own version of an FAA bill this week, a congressional aide said yesterday.

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