U.K. Industry Condemns Planned Passenger Tax Increase

Several leading U.K. aviation figures lashed out angrily yesterday in response to the Chancellor’s failure to address the controversial air passenger duty (APD) in the country’s Autumn Statement. The planned increase in the APD, announced in the March 2011 budget, will be double the rate of...

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