That is because jet fuel is tax-free dating back to a 1944 international agreement.
Given that the carbon tax - up €6 increase to €26 a tonne – is supposed to reach €80 a tonne by 2030, that state of affairs is going to come into question.
Already, there have been grumblings from car drivers that they are bearing the brunt of climate action policies while air passengers escape scot-free.
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