Friday, October 13, 2006

Singapore Airlines to cut fuel surcharge from Oct 14

Singapore: Singapore Airlines Ltd said it will reduce its fuel surcharge for tickets issued on or after Oct 14 following the sustained decline in jet fuel prices.
In a statement, the flag carrier said it will cut its fuel surcharge to 18 usd from 20 usd per sector, forflights between Singapore and Southeast Asian countries.
It will also slash fuel surcharge to 82 usd from 90 usd per sector, for flights between Singapore and the US and Canada.
Fuel surcharge will be reduced to 54 usd from 60 usd per sector on all other flights.
The airline said it will continue to monitor the price of jet fuel and regularly review the level of surcharge.
13/10/06 XFN-ASIA/Forbes, US