UK government urged to rethink passenger duty

Britain’s House of Lords has joined four British airlines in lobbying the UK Treasury to consider abolishing Air Passenger Duty (APD). A study commissioned by British Airways, EasyJet, Ryanair and Virgin Atlantic suggests that abolishing APD could boost UK’s GDP by “at least £16 billion [$25 billion...

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