UK chancellor makes no mention of aviation in 2013 budget

UK Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne dashed the hopes of the aviation community when he failed to make any mention of the sector in his 2013 Budget. The industry had been lobbying the Chancellor to scrap, reduce, or at least make no change to the current level of Air Passenger Duty (APD)...

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