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Inquiry status: Inquiry concluded, Report and Government Responses published
The Northern Ireland Affairs Committee conducted short inquiry into how Air Passenger Duty (APD) affects individuals, airports, airlines, businesses and tourism in Northern Ireland.
The Committee published its Second Report of Session 2010–12, Air Passenger Duty: implications for Northern Ireland (HC 1227), on 8 July 2011.
MPs publish report on air passenger duty implications
At 00.01am on Friday 8 July 2011
Continental Airlines and HM Treasury appear before Northern Ireland Affairs Committee
DETI, Consumer Council for Northern Ireland and airlines give evidence
Committee announces new Inquiry and Evidence Session
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