|Quoting Thomas_Jaeger (Reply 3):|
I have the IATA taxlist of June 2004 lying around here, I can get the most current version as well if needed, have it somewhere.
VLC departure taxes per IATA taxlist:
RS: 3.95 EUR
QV: 1.33 EUR
STN departure taxes:
GB: 5.00 GBP
UB: 6.80 GBP
This ends up being more than 9.50 GBP in any case and taxes typically increase over time.
|Quoting HBDAN (Reply 5):|
Wow! A wizzair LTN-BUD return is £ 46.94 in taxes ( = 67.85 Euros)!!!!
|Quoting Manni (Reply 9):|
FYI The FR taxes and charges I posted as an example exclude these credit card charges aswell
|Quoting HBDAN (Reply 11):|
Well, know I would be surprised... I have booked at least 10 flights with FR in my life and never ever have noticed a credit card charge! Isn't that controlled by your bank???
|Quoting Danny (Reply 10):|
I'm just saying than FR seems to atract all the bashing while all LCCs do exactly the same
|Quoting Skymonster (Reply 15):|
The key argument relates to the fact that Ryanair are charging "government imposed charges and taxes" when in fact most of the add-on do not in fact go to any government. Thus, the issue is about how airlines, Ryanair being cited in this case, are mislabeling charges and misleading customers into believing that charges are going to governments when in fact they are contributing to the operations costs of the airline.
|Quoting Smokeyrosco (Reply 18):|
wheelchair tax, ok i know people need help and someone has to be paid to give it, but 50c on each ticket.... how many people did they carry last year?