Airline groups say they are disappointed that the Chancellor put "beer before aviation" by making no changes to the air passenger duty airport departure tax. It's due to rise again next month.
Dale Keller, Chief Executive of airline group BAR UK, said: "Just because the industry was fully expecting a slap in the face from the Treasury does not make it any more palatable. It's beyond belief that the Chancellor has put beer before aviation."
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