AIR PASSENGER SERVICE CHARGE ACT
Arrangement of Sections
1. Short title
3. Imposition of passenger service charge
4. Exemption from charge
5. Collection and payment of charge
6. Issue of receipt
7. Power of restraint or removal
8. Inspection of books, etc.
to impose a service charge upon air passengers.
[1st April, 1972]
Act 11 of 1972,
Act 1 of 1973,
Act 2 of 1976,
Act 5 of 1978,
Act 6 of 1982,
Act 3 of 1985,
Act 5 of 1987,
Act 12 of 1989,
Act 16 of 1990,
Act 13 of 1994.
This Act may be cited as the Air Passenger Service Charge Act.
[S 1 am by Act 5 of 1978.]
In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires—
“aircraft” means a commercial aircraft carrying fare-paying passengers;
“airport” means an area of land or water affording facilities for the take-off and landing of aircraft and appointed by the Minister to be an airport for the purposes of this Act;
“charge” means the passenger service charge imposed under the provisions of section 3;
“collection agent” means such person, or Department of the Government, as the Minister may, by statutory instrument, appoint in respect of any airport;
“Company” means the National Airports Corporation Limited, a company limited by shares and registered under the Companies Act;
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