Raised Airport Taxes for Passengers from Great Britain
Ljubljana, 18 April - The British Exchequer announced a change in charging airport taxes for passengers from Great Britain. For passengers travelling to one of the EU member states the taxes will be lower, but a 100 percent increase is envisaged for travel to non-EU members. As of 1 April 2001, the passengers travelling from Great Britain to Slovenia (and vice versa) will be charged for the airport tax four times more than those travelling to one of the EU member states, reported the Slovene carrier Adria Airways.
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