Fuel surchange

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at 11:05

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  • Anonymous


    With the price of a barrel of oil at a seven year low and UK supermarkets reducing petrol prices to under £1 per litre is there any chance the airlines will reduce or even abolish the fuel surcharge?


    Probably…. but they will start putting up the base fare. You will always pay the same!


    Following a US lawsuit, BA and others no longer apply “fuel surcharges”…..
    they have “carrier imposed surcharges” instead 😉

    On a full A380 surcharges can make over £130,000 – are they going to forego this?

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