FRANKFURT—Germany’s coalition government has decided to make sweeping changes to air transport taxation and regulation as the country struggles to achieve its 2030 emissions reduction targets. After marathon negotiations, the government—which consists of three parties—agreed to double the aviation tax for domestic and European flights, effective Jan. 1, 2020. Currently €7.40 ($8.17) are charged for each passenger departing from Germany. The additional money will ...

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