A picture taken on June 8, 2018 shows a "stop" sign and (in the background) Air France company's planes parked at Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport, north of Paris. -
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Air France condemned the French government's plan for a new tax on flights, saying the levy would hurt the airline's ability to invest in less polluting planes and aggravate already high costs of operating in the country.The dispute between Air France-KLM and the government -- its most powerful shareholder -- burst into the open just hours after Transport Minister Elisabeth Borne unveiled a plan to raise 180 million euros ($202 million) annually from taxes of as much as 18 euros a ticket on departures from France.
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