Weekend survey: What’s the most important air travel issue for lawmakers?

The controversial, often-delayed FAA Reauthorization bill is being debated in Washington next week. The proposed legislation covers a lot of ground, from funding NextGen air traffic technology to forcing airlines to disclose fees.

This week’s big question: Which of these issues are the most important to you, the traveler?

For those of you who don’t think government should be getting involved in the airline industry at all, we made sure there was an option on this survey, too.

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Commenters, please tell us why you voted for the issue you did — and what Congress should do with the FAA Bill.

All will be revealed next week.

Here’s the poll.

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