Evidence examining the market, competition and economic implications of devolving air passenger duty (APD) to the Welsh Government.

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2 November 2017
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Devolution of air passenger duty to Wales

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Devolution of air passenger duty to Wales: review of Bristol International Airport’s concerns

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The evidence compares the outcomes of different APD regimes on Cardiff and Bristol Airports and on the economies of South Wales and the South West of England. It challenges the UK Government’s assessment that the close proximity of the 2 airports forms a single aviation market in South Wales and South West England.