JAL lowers fuel surcharges early next year

Japan Airlines will revise downwards its fuel surcharges for international tickets issued between February 1 and March 31, 2013, thanks to jet fuel prices that are now comparatively lower than the prices from July to September this year.

The new level of surcharges, though still subject to government approval, will be applied as follows:

 

Current surcharges (until December 31, 2012)

New surcharges (on/after February 1, 2013)

Route

Sales in Japan

Sales outside Japan

Sales in Japan

Sales outside Japan

Japan – Korea

JPY 2,500

US$31.00

JPY 2,200

US$28

Japan – China, Hong Kong, Taiwan

JPY 6,500

US$82.00

JPY 6,000

US$76.00

Japan – Guam, Palau, Philippines, Vietnam

JPY 8,000

US$101.00

JPY 7,000

US$88.00

Japan – Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand

JPY 13,000

US$164.00

JPY 11,500

US$145.00

Japan – Hawaii, India, Indonesia

JPY 16,500

US$208.00

JPY 15,000

US$189.00

Japan – Canada, Europe, Middle Easr, Oceania, USA

JPY 26,000

US$327.00

JPY 23,500

US$296.00

The current surcharges are based on jet fuel pricing that hit US$130.89 per barrel on average. Between October and November this year, jet fuel prices averaged US$127.65 per barrel, thus resulting in the adjustments of surcharges.

For more information, visit www.jal.co.jp/en

Alisha Haridasani


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