Scottish parliament sets timetable for reducing airline tax

The Scottish parliament plans to halve the rate of Air Passenger Duty (APD)—a departure tax imposed by the UK parliament in London—by the end of the current parliamentary session, with the longer-term aim of abolishing it completely. APD, introduced in 2007, was characterized by the then labor...

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