Passenger duty scrapped for children

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Passenger duty scrapped for children
4th December 2014

Among the announcements George Osborne made in his Autumn statement yesterday was a cut in air passenger duty for children. 

The previous charges for anyone of any age started at £13 for short haul flights, and up to £194 in long haul flights in business class.

To explain what this means for holiday makers this year and next is senior travel editor at the Independent Simon Calder. 

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