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Air Passenger Duty

Air Passenger Duty

What is Air Passenger Duty ?

APD is an excise duty which is due on chargeable passengers being carried from a UK airport on chargeable aircraft. From 1 April 2013 APD has been extended to apply to passengers carried on board aircraft of 5.7 tonnes or more, irrespective of whether they were carried for a fee.

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Emission Accord Grinds on Slowly

30/08/2013 Provided by flightglobal.com Global agreement on market based measures (MBM) to deal with aviation emissions cannot be reached by September when ICAO meets for its triennial assembly, according to a group of experts addressing an EBACE open session on the subject. The panel was set the task of answering the question: Are we heading towards global market based measures? They all agreed a global MBM system was feasible but were not confident it was reachable, even by the proposed date of 2020. The most that could be expected at ICAO this year says head of the European Commission’s directorate general for climate action Elina Bardram is that the Assembly will agree to a road map towards establishing some form of MBM for regulating aviation emissions. European business aviation operators hoping for an indication of what they need to plan for in the immediate and longer term left still harbouring doubt The European emissions trading system (ETS), supposed to have become active in April, has been derogated for a year because of intense opposition from the rest of the world. However Bardram says it cannot be derogated again. The European Union, she explains, is committed to the concept of globally approved MBMs. So, if the ICAO Assembly agrees on a road map towards market-based emissions trading, the EU will take it as an indication of intent, enabling it to apply its ETS, if only for intra-EU flights. If the Assembly does not reach any form of agreement the EU may effectively have to go back to the drawing board with its plans Bardram says. Paul Steele of the Air... read more

UNFCCC Executive Secretary addresses attendees at Carbon Expo 2013

30/08/2013 Carbon Expo Barcelona, 29 May 2013 Statement by Christiana Figueres, Executive Secretary United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Dear friends, It is wonderful to be at the 10th Carbon Expo. I would like to thank and congratulate IETA, the World Bank in this case Fira Barcelona, also intermittently in partnership with Koelnmesse for your original vision, for your steadfastness and, in particular, for having acknowledged that it is time to look beyond the markets to a broader context. That is evident in the way that you have structured this 10th celebratory Carbon Expo and I thank you for that. You have devoted a decade to supporting not just the markets, but to strategically think how to support low carbon growth and this Carbon Expo is a vivid example of your forward-looking thinking. Now, my dear friends, I’m going to share three messages with you. These are: While it may seem that markets are painfully shrinking, the fact is that they are prolifically sprouting everywhere; Markets are a very important part of the response to climate change and they must be developed appropriately; and Markets are only one part of the response, and it is in all our interests to intentionally explore the broader financial context for addressing climate change. To my first point: I don’t have to explain to you the pains of the shrinking market. You all know that. But my friends, I don’t believe in coincidences and, therefore, I don’t believe that it is completely coincidental that this 10th Carbon Expo is being celebrated in Barcelona. Because, those of you who have been here before... read more

PICK OF THE MONTH: NASA asks aspiring astronauts to write poetry

30/08/2013 Science Recorder | Delila James | Among all the medical texts, rigorous background checks, qualifications requirements, and essay questions, the eight new astronauts recently chosen by NASA were also asked to write poetry. Yesterday (Aug. 20), one of the new recruits shared a limerick he submitted with reporters during a press conference at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston, Tex., where the eight new astronauts were introduced. According to Victor Glover, a 39-year-old lieutenant commander in the U.S. Navy, the candidates were asked to compose either a tweet, a haiku, or a limerick. Glover opted to write a limerick: Eyes fixed, gazing off into space. My mind in awe of the human race. This is all dizzying to me. Because I gave so much blood and pee. Happy to be here, vice the colonoscopy place. According to Victor Glover, a 39-year-old lieutenant commander in the U.S. Navy, the candidates were asked to compose either a tweet, a haiku, or a limerick. Glover opted to write a limerick: Eyes fixed, gazing off into space. My mind in awe of the human race. This is all dizzying to me. Because I gave so much blood and pee. Happy to be here, vice the colonoscopy place. After reciting his limerick, Glover said the poem was funny if you had to go through the interview process, particularly all the medical testing. A California native, Glover holds degrees from California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, Calif., the U.S. Air Force’s Air University, and the Naval Postgraduate School. Getting selected as a NASA astronaut wasn’t all haiku and rhyming verse, however, It... read more