Government to review Air Passenger Duty as part of Flybe rescue plan

Michael Holder
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The APD review will form part of wider assessment of regional UK transport connectivity
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The APD review will form part of wider assessment of regional UK transport connectivity

Treasury promises review of Air Passenger Duty will keep in mind the UK's net zero emission climate change commitments

The government has insisted it remains committed to achieving net zero emissions by 2050, despite plans announced yesterday to undertake a controversial review of Air Passenger Duty (APD). The review,...

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