BERLIN, Sept 16 (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservatives want to double a levy on domestic flight tickets, a party official said on Monday.
Air passengers flying within Germany currently pay 7.38 euros ($8.14) per ticket.
Andreas Jung, leader of the conservative faction in parliament, said connecting flights that are part of long-haul flights would be excluded from the increase.
$1 = 0.9068 euros Reporting by Andreas Rinke Writing by Joseph Nasr Editing by Michelle Martin
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