Duty Free body cries foul over Brexit Bill

Duty Free sales apply to routes where passengers are travelling to a 'third-country'

7th March, 2019

The Irish Duty Free Alliance (IDFA) has voiced concerns over government amendments to the Brexit Omnibus Bill which would prevent Duty Free sales at Irish airports in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

The current stance held by European legislation states that Duty Free sales apply to routes where passengers are travelling to a “third-country”.

This move by the government is not only out of step with the approach followed by its European...

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