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Image caption Flybe says air passenger duty unfairly burdens its domestic customers. Flybe is in talks with the government to defer the payment of air passenger duty amid reports the airline is attempting to secure a rescue deal. The government has confirmed that delaying that bill is just one option that is being discussed with the regional airline. However, the BBC understands that the government is reluctant to go down this route. Flybe said: "We don't comment on rumour or speculation. It added: "Flybe continues to focus on providing great service and connectivity for our customers, to ensure that they can continue to travel as planned.". Sky News reports that Flybe's owner, Connect Airw... Full story

13 January

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