British passengers will suffer higher levies on long-haul services to Asia-Pacific destinations, The Daily Telegraph reported.
A new “ultra-long haul distance band” of £91 for passengers flying to destinations more than 5,500 miles from the UK would be introduced. However, flights within Britain would become cheaper as air passenger duty is slashed.
The levy was part of the UK Budget announced on Wednesday by chancellor of the exchequer Rishi Sunak.
Read the full report: The Daily Telegraph