France has called on European transport ministers to discuss putting in place an aviation tax at a European level to help reduce carbon dioxide emissions. Transport minister Elisabeth Borne made the proposal at a June 6 European transport ministers’ council in Luxembourg having tweeted before the meeting: “At today’s European Union transport ministers’ council, France will call for an air transport tax at a European level.” European civil aviation is already ...

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