Airports operator BAA is urging the British government to follow the recent example of the Irish government and reduce the air passenger duty.
British Airways Airbus A318 takes off from London City. Airports operator BAA is urging the British government to follow the recent example of the Irish government and reduce the air passenger duty. UK air travelers in November saw yet another rise, the third in three years, from £11 ($17.38) to £12 for economy passengers on short-haul flights and from £55 to £85 for economy passengers on long-haul flights. In premium classes, the increase was from £22 to ...
Subscribe to Access this Entire Article
"BAA calls on British govt. to reduce APD" is part of ATW Plus, our online premium membership. Subscribing will provide you access to exclusive news, carefully researched airline financial, fleet and traffic data, plus the option to receive our popular, award-winning print magazine. To learn more, click here. If viewing via ATW Mobile, please login and click "Read web article" to view fully. Questions? ATWPlus@penton.com.