Transport Council: Wissing criticizes discussions on kerosene tax

Ahead of the meeting of EU transport ministers on Monday, German Transport Minister Volker Wissing (FDP) called for faster progress on decarbonizing air transport. He said he was concerned that “kerosene taxation is still being discussed”. This makes it more difficult to get started on decarbonization through synthetic fuels and global competition, Wissing said, calling the debate on introducing a kerosene tax a “dead end.”

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