PARIS—Nine European finance ministers have called on the incoming European Commission for progress on a Europe-wide aviation tax as part of efforts to reduce the airline industry’s environmental impact. The finance ministers of Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg the Netherlands and Sweden called on the European Commission to bring forward the debate, by making a proposal for an EU initiative on aviation pricing. “Compared to most other means of ...

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