Following last week’s emissions roadmap from the UK’s Committee on Climate Change (CCC), which envisaged demand-side measures to curb passenger growth, a leaked report for the European Commission has proposed a jet fuel tax to achieve a similar aim. A tax of €330 ($370) per 1,000 liters (about 35% of current spot price) of fuel would cut passenger numbers by 11% and raise ticket prices by a similar amount, the report suggests. A fuel levy probably is overdue in Europe, one ...

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