|Quoting SLCUT2777 (Reply 8):|
|Quoting PanHAM (Reply 9):|
Does that tax apply to transit passengers as well?
Any APD liability applies to the journey as a whole. When an aircraft makes a stop "en route" and passengers do not change aircraft then no additional duty becomes due for the leg of the journey immediately after the stop.
A passenger who has a ticket is not a chargeable passenger on the second or subsequent flight of his journey if that flight and the previous flight are connected. Different criteria govern whether the second or subsequent flight on a journey may be treated as connected, depending on whether that flight is to a domestic or international destination. These rules can be found in section 4.
|Quoting Rdwootty (Reply 15):|
He is not using this for any other purpose than getting money for the government to spend badly