'Bleeding money': Campaigners warn aviation tax loopholes are costing European governments €4m an hour

Stuart Stone
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Overhauling the aviation taxation regime would help European governments claw back billions of Euros in missed revenue and help cut carbon emissions, a new analysis suggests

European governments lost out on €34.2bn in revenue last year due to various aviation tax loopholes, according to a new analysis by Transport & Environment (T&E). The clean transport NGO found the lost...

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