Scotland’s three largest airports have called for the control of air passenger duty (APD) to be assigned to Edinburgh. Following September’s independence referendum, in which Scottish voters narrowly polled in favor of remaining part of the UK, the UK government set up the Smith Commission, to make good on its promises of a greater degree of devolution of powers—including fiscal responsibility—to Scotland. Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen airports have now made a joint ...

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