AATF

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AATFAmerican Association of Teachers of French
AATFAfrican Agricultural Technology Foundation
AATFAirport and Airway Trust Fund
AATFAir Assault Task Force
AATFAnti Armor Task Force
AATFAircraft Anechoic Test Facility (US Navy)
AATFAuthorised Approved Treatment Facility (UK)
AATFAll About The Fly (fishing website0
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Categories: November 4, 2010, Accounting procedures, Air transportation, Airport and Airway Trust Fund, Airports, Auditing procedures, Auditing standards, Collection procedures, Excise taxes, Financial analysis, Financial statements, Fuel taxes, Funds management, Highway Trust Fund, Kerosene, Policy evaluation, Tax administration, Tax returns, Trust funds, Use taxes
The Airport and Airway Trust Fund excise taxes were a reliable source of revenue for the Nation's aviation systems during the latter part of the 20th century.
During the debate on the House floor, there was strong opposition to taking the Airport and Airway Trust Fund off budget.
Recommendation: If Congress determines that the benefit of added revenue to the Airport and Airway Trust Fund from taxation of optional airline service fees, such as baggage fees, is of importance, then it may wish to consider amending the Internal Revenue Code to make mandatory the taxation of certain or all airline imposed fees and to require that the revenue be deposited in the Airport and Airway Trust Fund.
First, the Airport and Airway Trust Fund had run its course of 10 years after amendments had lengthened its initial existence.
Without legislative action, both the excise taxes that fund the Airport and Airway Trust Fund (Trust Fund) and FAA's authority to spend from the Trust Fund will expire at the end of this month.
The current authorization for FAA, the Airport and Airway Trust Fund (Trust Fund), and most of the excise taxes that support the Trust Fund will expire September 30, 2007.
This report identifies (1) current very light jet forecasts and what factors could affect very light jet deliveries, (2) how increasing numbers of very light jets might affect the capacity and safety of the NAS, (3) how FAA is planning to accommodate the entry of very light jets into the NAS, and (4) how very light jets might affect FAA's costs and Airport and Airway Trust Fund revenues.
We have performed the procedures contained in the enclosure to this report, which we agreed to perform and with which the Department of Transportation (DOT) concurred, solely to assist DOT's office in ascertaining whether the net excise tax revenue distributed to the Airport and Airway Trust Fund (AATF) for the fiscal year ended September 30, 2007, is supported by the underlying records.
The Airport and Airway Trust Fund (Trust Fund) was established in 1970 to help fund the development of a nationwide airport and airway system and to fund investments in air traffic control facilities.
The multibillion dollar Airport and Airway Trust Fund (Trust Fund) provides most of the funding for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
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