SNP launches plans to cut and then abolish Air Passenger Duty at Scottish airports to boost business and tourism

SNP launches plans to cut and then abolish Air Passenger Duty at Scottish airports to boost business and tourism
 

MINISTERS have launched a consultation on plans to cut air passenger duty (APD) in Scotland.
APD is being devolved to Holyrood , where the administration has committed to halving the rate from 2018.
Under the SNP 's plans, the 50% reduction would begin in April that year and be delivered in full by the end of the next parliament in 2021.
The tax would be abolished completely when resources allow, ministers have said.
On Monday, the Scottish Government launched a consultation on its plans to reform the tax, which they describe as one of the most expensive of its kind in the world.
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14 March 2016 in Regional, Views: 25
Source: Daily Record
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