Ireland Hopes Decision To Drop Passenger Tax Will Increase Traffic

The Irish government next year will scrap its air travel tax in a effort to boost tourism and rebuild the country’s flagging economy. Detailing the change in the country’s budget document, Minister of Finance Michael Noonan says he hoped the decision would urge airlines to “develop new routes and...

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