Fuel surchange

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This topic contains 3 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by  BigDog. 11 Dec 2015
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    YellowBelly
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    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?


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


    BigDog.
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    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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