Airlines for America (A4A) filed a complaint Wednesday with a German court to protest Germany's eco-tax on airline passengers, arguing the charge violates international agreements governing aviation. Since Jan. 1, 2011 [corrected from original post], all airline tickets on flights to/from German airports have been taxed with an environmental fee, including a €45 ($59.50) charge on long-haul international flights (ATW Daily News, Feb. 17, 2011). A4A said US airlines ...

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