As the Japanese government looks to introduce a new departure tax, All Nippon Airways is stressing that proceeds be used to improve air travel. “We believe it is important that the collected tax” be channeled directly to benefit the payers, the airline told Aviation Daily. One example of such a benefit would be “enhancing airport facilities,” the carrier said. The Japanese parliament has approved the implementation of a departure tax of ¥1,000 ($9.33) per ...

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