FRANKFURT—The German government is nearing a decision on key measures tackling climate change that include a massive increase in the country’s aviation tax for short-range domestic flights.  Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Party (CDU) has proposed a doubling of the domestic ticket tax from the current €7.40 ($8.14) for all domestic services, according to a party document seen by The Weekly of Business Aviation. If the proposal advances in the ...

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