All Nippon Airways (ANA) will raise fuel surcharges from June 1 onwards for two months, a result of the ongoing fluctuation in the fuel market with the average price hovering above US$100 per barrel.
The surcharge per person per sector on long-haul flights to Europe, North America and the Middle East will go up from JPY17,500 (US$210) to JPY25,000 (US$300). The new levy for flights to Southeast Asia (Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam and the Philippines) will go up to a minimum of JPY8,000 (US$96). For flights to Hong Kong, Taiwan and China, it will now be JPY7,000 (US$84), and for flights to Hawaii, India and Indonesia, it will be JPY16,000 (US$192).
These surcharges will be reviewed on August 1, and if the average market price of kerosene in April and May drops to below US$60 per barrel, there will be another adjustment.
For more information, visit www.ana.co.jp