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Bamford, Colin (2010)
Publisher: Anforme
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: HB, HE
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    • 2007 2008 Source: The Daily Telegraph, 16 July 2010 from a UK airport including transit passengers. It is an increasingly controversial tax that has been collected by the airlines since 2004 when the rate was just £5 for European destinations and £20 for other destinations. The tax doubled from February 2007 to October 2009 when APD was restructured.
    • 2009 2010 The current position is shown in Table 2.
    • The distance used for banding is that between London and the capital city of the destination country. This formula has been heavily criticised by some tourist destinations. A trip to Barbados, for instance, falls into Band C yet a trip to San Francisco, which is a longer 1. The Daily Telegraph, 22 June 2010.
    • 3. Investigate the reasons for the growth in domestic air travel within the UK in
    • http://www.aef.org.uk/downloadsL/AW Regional Airports Paper Sept2009.pdf 4. Environmental pressure groups such as Friends of the Earth and Plane Stupid
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