The UK airline industry has rejected government air passenger duty (APD) proposals and is calling for APD to be eliminated. The proposals are included in a discussion paper published by the government this summer in response to concerns expressed by regional airports in England about the potential impacts of APD devolution to Scotland and Wales. Powers over APD were devolved to Northern Ireland in 2012, which abolished the tax on long-haul flights soon thereafter, and to Scotland earlier ...

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