Groups want U.K.'s airline passenger fees slashed

03/22/2011 | Travel Agent Central

Travel-related groups are asking that the U.K. slash its air passenger duty, Europe's highest, or face an increasing loss of tourism. "Whether a convention in London, or an incentive trip to the famed golf venues of Scotland, our companies and clients are choosing France, Ireland and other destinations," noted a recent letter signed by about 70 global corporate-travel departments, travel-management firms and tour operators.

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