This could stretch the budgets of those without masses of disposable income who still enjoy weekends away or long summer holidays.
But by switching to another provider, they may be able to reduce their monthly outgoings and put aside the spare money to spend on a few days in the sun.
Commenting on the possible rise in tax, Frances Tuke, spokeswoman for the organisation, says: "We're very keen to make sure is that people are not taxed out of the skies because that would be detrimental both to the health of the economy and the tax take."
ABTA The Travel Association is backing chancellor George Osborne in his quest to examine air taxes more closely.
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