Air Passenger Duty REFUND for Children between 2-12 on bookings for after 1st May 2015 on EasyJet

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Found 7th Dec 2014
The UK Chancellor, George Osborne has announced in his autumn statement that UK Air Passenger Duty (APD) has been abolished for children over 2 and under 12, on all flights departing from UK airports from May 1 2015.

If you have already booked your holiday flights for next year via easyjet then you can apply for a refund of the tax. To do this you just need to fill in your details on the 'manage my booking' part of the website and refund will be automatically completed if you are eligible.

More details here:
support.easyjet.com/apd

Should be applicable for other airlines too, but just processed my details for easyjet so wanted to post so others could do it as well!

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Thanks dufus24, ive just popped this into misc as its more of headsup than a deal.

Original Poster

No worries :-)

What if we have travelled 9th April til 16th April do we qualify too... Or not

How can I do it with norwegian?

Same question about Norwegian?

Anyone done this with British Airways? Please share how.....

sabba09

What if we have travelled 9th April til 16th April do we qualify too... … What if we have travelled 9th April til 16th April do we qualify too... Or not



Well it says from 1st of May 2015, so i would take that as a no.

Why children over 2? is it because they are free anyway?

szippancs

How can I do it with norwegian?


Don't think Norwegian charged it originally. I've just looked at my detailed receipt and the kids tickets were around £60 cheaper

can you do this if you've booked through a 3rd party? We've been ones through On the beach.
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