Public flights could be capped

November 2007
Travel Weekly (UK);11/30/2007, p14
Trade Publication
The article discusses the possible imposition of a quota system on the public's number of flights in Great Britain. Noel Josephides, Sunvil Holidays managing director, said he thought it was the only way to reduce the number of flights taken by the public, as they are unlikely to stop flying voluntarily. Tax increases would only prevent low-income consumers from traveling. Dick Sisman, Tourism Industry Carbon Offset Service founder, believes that the government may not be able to implement the system.


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