Benjamin backs campaign to cut APD on Caribbean flights

October 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);10/30/2009, p5
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The article reports that a campaign by Liberal Democrat Member of Parliament (MP) of Great Britain Sarah Teather urging the government to rethink the level of Air Passenger Duty (APD) on flights to the Caribbean has been backed by Broadcaster Floella Benjamin. Teather handed a petition to Chancellor Alistair Darling signed by 400 people from Brent, London, on October 27, 2009. Benjamin said APD will hit families very hard.


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