International Airlines Group (IAG) has warned UK legislators that the chances of IAG’s new long-haul LCC Level operating from the UK are slim while the country’s passenger taxes remain so high. In a letter to Members of Parliament, IAG said air passenger duty (APD) undermines the UK’s position as a global trading nation as it exits the European Union and reduces the chance of Level flights from UK regions. In its letter, IAG said abolishing APD would make it more likely ...

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