UK continues to raise passenger tax

UK finance minister George Osborne has signaled a further rise in air passenger duty (APD) in his annual budget speech. APD is charged on most passengers on flights departing from UK airports. It is one of the highest rates of passenger taxes in the world and can add as much as £146 ($206) to the...

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