IATA: UK must increase capacity, cut taxes and visa restrictions

The UK risks losing up to 120,000 jobs from the aviation sector over the next two decades if it does not improve competitiveness, according to a new IATA report. Lack of airport infrastructure in southeast England, the world’s highest rate of passenger charges and taxes, together with a relatively...

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