The tax is based on categories determined by the distance between a country’s capital city and London – a method that has provoked outrage.
Flights of less than 2,000 miles in economy class will remain at £11, with duty on premium tickets remaining at £22.
In the same class, for journeys between 2,001 and 4,000 miles the price will be £60 and £120 for other seats.
For journeys of between 4,001 and 6,000 miles, the price is £75 in economy and £150 in premium classes. And flights of more than 6,000 miles will cost £85 and £170 respectively.