|Bands (approximate distance in miles from the UK)||Reduced rate (lowest class of travel)||Standard rates (other than the lowest class of travel)||Higher rate|
|From 1 April 2011||From 1 April 2012||From 1 April 2013||From 1 April 2011||From 1 April 2012||From 1 April 2013||From 01 April 2013|
|Band A (0-2,000)||£12||£13||£13||£24||£26||£26||£52|
|Band B (2,001-4,000)||£60||£65||£67||£120||£130||£134||£268|
|Band C (4,001-6,000)||£75||£81||£83||£150||£162||£166||£332|
|Band D (over 6,000)||£85||£92||£94||£170||£184||£188||£376|
 From 1 April 2013, APD will apply to all flights aboard aircraft 5.7 tonnes and above.
 From 1 November 2011, direct long-haul rates for departures from Northern Ireland (bands B, C and D) were reduced to the short-haul rate (band A), irrespective of the destination. From 1 January 2013 the rates for direct long-haul flights from Northern Ireland will be devolved to the Northern Ireland Executive, and set to £0. Direct long haul journeys from Northern Ireland are those where the first part of the journey is to a destination outside Band A.
 If any class of travel provides seating in excess of 1.016 metres (40 inches) the standard rate also applies.
 The higher rate applies to flights aboard aircraft of 20 tonnes and above with fewer than 19 seats.