Law of Diminishing Returns

Buyck, Cathy
January 2009
Air Transport World;Jan2009, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p22
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the issue over the increase in the Air Passenger Duty in Great Britain in response to the country's problems in taxation. Due to this, the new distance-based fees, so-called four-band systems, was disclosed in November 2008. The systems include Band A that covers European Union flights, Band B for flights up to 4,000 miles, Band C that covers longer distances including Caribbean Region flights and Band D that covers longest flights such as those to Asia.


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