Frequent flyer tax ‘the kind of thing we need to look at,’ say Greens
Levy would rise ‘quite high’ for passengers taking multiple flights
A frequent flyer tax should be looked at to discourage people from taking multiple flights in the same year, the Green Party has said.
The party has said it supports measures at European level to consider a tax on aviation fuel, which has been exempt from such duties since 1944.
Ireland had initially expressed concerns at calls by other member states last year to introduce such a tax but has since said it would “engage constructively”...
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