The UK announced another increase in its Air Passenger Duty (APD)—a departure tax—on the same day the country’s transport minister emphasized how important airports are to the nation’s future prosperity. In his annual budget speech Oct. 29, finance minister Philip Hammond said long-haul flights from UK airports would see APD—already the world’s highest departure tax—increase in line with inflation. This will see the APD for ...

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