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Airport Customer Facility Charges: Analysis of Laws, Regulations, and Case Law (2023)

Chapter: APPENDIX B. EXAMPLES OF CFCS IMPOSED LOCALLY BY LAW AND/OR CONTRACT

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Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX B. EXAMPLES OF CFCS IMPOSED LOCALLY BY LAW AND/OR CONTRACT." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2023. Airport Customer Facility Charges: Analysis of Laws, Regulations, and Case Law. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/27049.
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22 ACRP LRD 45 APPENDIX B. EXAMPLES OF CFCS IMPOSED LOCALLY BY LAW AND/OR CONTRACT Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority — Raleigh-Durham Airport Auth. (N.C.), Resolution Enacting an Ordinance to Impose and Collect a Customer Facility Charge (CFC) from Patrons of On-Airport Rental Car Companies and to Provide for the Use of the CFC Funds thereby Collected (March 17, 2016). Greater Baton Rouge Airport District Airport Authority — Greater Baton Rouge Airport Dist. Airport Auth. (La.), Res. 41978 (Aug. 14, 2002). — Greater Baton Rouge Airport Dist. Airport Auth. (La.), Res. 51980 (Feb. 24, 2016). Memphis-Shelby County Airport Authority — Memphis-Shelby Cty. Airport Auth. (Tenn.), Res. 01-4267 (July 19, 2001). — Memphis-Shelby Cty. Airport Auth. (Tenn.), Res. 09-4485 (Sept. 17, 2009). Lee County, Florida — Bd. of Cty. Commrs of Lee Cty. (Fl.), Ordinance No. 01-19 (Nov. 14, 2001), available at: https://www.leegov.com/bocc/ordinances. City of Atlanta, Georgia — City Council of Atlanta (Ga.), Ordinance No. 04-0-2116 (Dec. 10, 2004), available at: https://citycouncil.atlantaga.gov/standing- committees/meeting-agendas/agenda. — Atlanta, Georgia Code of Ordinances § 22-205. The Port of Portland, Oregon — The Port of Portland (Or.), Official Bond Statement – Series 2019 CFC Bonds, App. D (April 3, 2019), available at: https://emma. msrb.org/IssueView/Details/ER389621. Chicago — City of Chicago (Ill.), Official Statement – 2013 CFC Bonds, App. B (Aug. 6, 2013), available at: https://emma.msrb.org/IssueView/ Details/ER356722. Columbus Regional Airport Authority — Columbus Regional Airport Auth. (Ohio), Official Bond Statement – Customer Facility Charge Revenue Bonds, Series 2019, App. D (April 17, 2019), available at: https://emma.msrb.org/IssueView/Details/ER390000.

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Customer facility charges (CFCs) are imposed by airport proprietors on customers of rental car companies at airports to pay for capital and operating costs of rental car facilities. CFCs have relatively little federal regulatory oversight, and most are implemented through local municipal acts and/or contractual arrangements. Recently, challenges to the imposition and use of CFCs and other airport fees and charges have been mounted in several states.

ACRP Legal Research Digest 45: Airport Customer Facility Charges: Analysis of Laws, Regulations, and Case Law, from TRB's Airport Cooperative Research Program, examines legal issues arising under state and federal law from the imposition and use of CFCs. The digest includes an inventory of state-level authorizing legislation in jurisdictions that regulate CFCs. Judicial decisions regarding the collection and use of CFCs and related issues are also analyzed.

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