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Air passenger tax disparity worries UK government
July 09, 2015
The British government will study the effects of air passenger duty (APD) on the country’s regional airports over concerns that lower levies in Scotland and Wales could draw passengers away from English airports. Over the past three years, the central government in London has considered giving the...
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