Taiwan carriers raise surcharges

5 Jun 2009

Passengers on China Airlines and EVA Airways, departing from Taiwan, will have to pay more starting June 15.

The Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA) has allowed the carriers to raise fuel surcharges by much as 25 percent due to higher oil prices.

The extra fees on long-haul flights will be increased by US$6.50 per passenger to US$32.50, and short-haul flights by US$2.50 to US$12.50.

Joshua Tan

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