Survey of English and Welsh adults on Air Passenger Duty.
- Three quarters (75%) of adults in England and Wales think that the amount of APD in the UK should be same, regardless of which airport they fly from.
- Six in 10 (63%) say that all countries in the world should charge the same level of APD.
- A majority (60%) also said that the cost of flying is very important in determining how often they travel abroad.
- Only around three in ten (27%) English and Welsh adults trust the Government to set reasonable tax rates for APD.
Date Published: 24 October
Categories: Business | GB | Infrastructure | Public and communities
Client: Fair Tax on Flying
ComRes interviewed 1,898 adults in England and Wales online aged 18+, between the 1st and 3rd July 2016. Data were weighted by age, gender, region and socio-economic group to be representative of the population of England and Wales as a whole.