PARIS—Industry group Airlines for Europe (A4E) is voicing strong opposition to France’s introduction of an eco-tax on outbound flights, saying European airlines already pay environmental taxes and the funds they raise should be better focused on reducing the environmental impact of aviation. A4E said European airlines are set to pay over €5 billion ($5.64 billion) in environmental taxes in 2019, including a €590 million contribution through the EU Emissions Trading ...

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