Air passenger duty cut could see 222 000 passengers/year switch from train to plane

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UK: A 50% cut in air passenger duty on domestic flights could result in 222 000 people switching from rail to air and an estimated 27 000 tonnes of extra carbon emissions, the Rail Delivery Group says in its response to the government’s consultation on aviation tax reform.

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