UK scraps air passenger duty for children

The UK will scrap air passenger duty (APD) for children under 12 years old traveling in economy class effective May 1, 2015. From May 1, 2016, the exemption will be extended to children under 16, shaving up to £71 ($111.43) per child off the cost of a holiday abroad. Announcing the changes to APD in...

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