Neither the word ‘passenger’ nor the word ‘transport’ are defined in the VAT legislation, so each has its ordinary meaning.

‘Transport of passengers’ means the carriage of passengers from one place to another and excludes transport where the passengers effectively remain in the same place (C & E Commrs v Blackpool Pleasure Beach Co (1974) 1 BVC 1 at p. 3).

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