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Is jet fuel burning a hole in your state budget?

Airlines get state tax breaks on over 12 billion gallons of jet fuel through obscure tax codes that cost states an estimated over $1 billion each year.


May 2015
Georgia Ends Delta Air Lines Fuel Tax Breaks

 

March 2015
Proposals to Limit Airline Tax Breaks, Loopholes Gaining Traction in Growing Number of State Legislatures

 

February 2015 Reports:
"Ending Corporate Welfare for American Airlines in North Carolina"

"Amidst Transportation Funding Crisis, Airlines Get $123 Million State Tax Break in Washington State"

 

January 2015 Report:
"Airline-Backed Federal Rule Change Could Cost State, Local Gov’ts Estimated $190M Annually"


 

Hover over each state for information. Click for a detailed data sheet.

For more information, select a state via the dropdown menu below. Click that state's stats for a detailed data sheet.

A-D

Alaska

Alabama

Arizona

California

Colorado

Connecticut

  • No break.

Delaware

  • N/A: No commercial service

F-I

Florida

Georgia

Hawaii

Idaho

  • No break.

Indiana

Illinois

Iowa

  • No break.

K-M

Kansas

Kentucky

Louisiana

Maine

Maryland

Massachusetts

Michigan

Minnesota

Mississippi

Missouri

Montana

N

Nebraska

  • No break.

Nevada

  • No break.

New Hampshire

New Jersey

New Mexico

New York

North Carolina

North Dakota

  • No break.

O-T

Ohio

Oklahoma

  • No break.

Oregon

Pennsylvania

Rhode Island

  • No break.

South Carolina

South Dakota

Tennessee

Texas

U-W

Utah

Vermont

  • No break.

Virginia

Washington

West Virginia

  • No break.

Wisconsin

Wyoming

  • No break.

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