Join the general aviation community in opposing New York State Senate Bill 7135 and Assembly Bill 9053, which would repeal the Aviation Jobs Act, leading to job losses and reduced economic growth.
Enacted as part of the 2015 budget, the Aviation Jobs Act makes New York competitive with surrounding states and has led to direct investment at airports since its passage.
Repeal of this legislation would mean New York could no longer compete with surrounding states that offer aircraft sales tax exemptions. New jobs created in New York would disappear, and significant opportunities for aviation investment would be lost.
Take a moment today to let your elected officials in Albany know that you oppose any efforts to repeal the Aviation Jobs Act.