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For clarification purposes, these Taxes are not Airport Taxes but the Air Passenger Duty (APD) fee that the airlines are obliged to pay the Government for each departing passenger from the UK. This fee does not pass through Airport authority accounts. The UK Passenger Service Charge is the fee collected from airlines by airports to cover the cost of passenger facilities. It varies between airports and airlines and is applicable only to the airlines. The airlines then look to cover this cost within the ticket price charged to the passenger. No fee is collected if the passenger does not fly. Extras - Many airlines now levy a variety of surcharges in this category that used to be absorbed into the fare - such as commercial insurance, security and fuel prices.
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