Aviation tax could cost Scotland over one million passengers

Aviation tax could cost Scotland over one million passengers

The increase to Air Passenger Duty (APD) could cost Scotland’s airports more than one million passengers over the next three years, damage business competitiveness and drive high spending international visitors elsewhere, according to a new report. The stark report, commissioned by Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Glasgow Airports, suggests that the latest tax rise will cost the cost the Scottish economy up to

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