UK Cuts Domestic Air Passenger Duty

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Air passenger duty (APD) on UK domestic routes has been cut by a half, which the country’s government hopes will incentivize airlines to expand their networks to “bolster UK connectivity and ensure passengers have access to more affordable flights.” Details of the tax reduction—which fell from £13 (...

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