Scrapped tax should aid Irish passenger traffic

Irish airlines have welcomed the decision by the country’s government to scrap the Air Travel Tax (ATT), which levied a €3 ($4.10) charge on departing travelers. The tax, which was introduced in January 2009 and carriers said dampened air travel, will end next April. Irish passenger numbers dropped...

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