British Airways A320. Photo: Courtesy, Airbus. The debate and lobbying on the controversial Air Passenger Duty in the UK intensified this week with the government’s consultation on ADP reform due to close Friday. British Airways reiterated its call for a “three-pronged approach” to ADP reform, encompassing a reduction of the current four distance bands to two—namely flights of up to 2,000 miles and flights of more than 2,000 miles, which it says would ...

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