Denmark will abolish its €10 ($11.78) passenger tax. The cut will cost the country approximately €70 million annually, but the government hopes to recoup that loss with more capacity and tourism, Jyllands-Posten reported. "It will create jobs in the service sector and it is a good thing for the regional development," Liberal Party spokesperson Jens Rohde said. Ryanair and Sterling each have said recently that they were reluctant to add flights to Denmark because of the tax.
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