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Those flying from the United Kingdom to New Zealand will see a tax increase of as much as ?90 or $220NZD soon.
In the 2008 pre-budget report released on the 24th of November indicates that Air Passenger Duty (APD) is set to be raised by the British Government. As it stands at them moment the APD is ?10 for European destinations and ?40 for other destinations, in lower class, while all other classes faced taxes of ?20 and ?80 for European and other destinations, respectfully.
The new regime is set to be priced under the scheme of carbon offsetting, namely by charging in distance bands, with higher distances receiving higher penalties. New Zealand and Australia are both in the highest and subsequently most expensive band...Read More