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- 49. China Southern Airlines increases Fuel Surcharges
China Southern Airlines increases Fuel Surcharges. China Southern Airlines today increases its fuel surcharges on most international routes, in an attempt to assist in offsetting the continuing surge in aircraft fuel prices.
- 50. AirAsia Removes Fuel Surcharge on All Flights
Declining global oil prices has allowed AirAsia to abolish the fuel surcharge across all of its airlines in the group, as well as its low-cost long haul affiliates AirAsia X, Thai AirAsia X and Indonesia AirAsia X. AirAsia was one of the first airlines to abolish fuel surcharge for all its domestic and international flights back in 2008, however rocketing fuel prices forced the air
- 51. Qantas Joins Sustainable Fuel Users Group
Qantas Joins Sustainable Fuel Users Group. Qantas has formally joined the Sustainable Aviation Fuel Users Group (SAFUG), a bipartisan industry group established to accelerate the development and commercialisation of sustainable aviation fuel.
- 52. Singapore Airlines reduces Fuel Surcharges for Business and Economy Class Passengers
Singapore Airlines reduces Fuel Surcharges for Business and Economy Class Passengers. Singapore Airlines is to reduce its fuel surcharges for travellers in Business and Economy Class, across all routes, for tickets issued on or after Friday 7 November 2008. The reduction is the second time since September 2008 that Singapore Airlines has reduced fuel surcharges, in line with the re
- 53. Thai Airways increases Fuel Surcharges; to Suspend Bangkok-New York Flights
Thai Airways increases Fuel Surcharges; to Suspend Bangkok-New York Flights. Thai Airways International is adjusting its fuel surcharge on international and domestic flights, effective 25 June 2008, due to the massive increases in the price of jet fuel. The airline will suspend its flights on the return route Bangkok-New York, effective 1 July 2008.
- 54. Viva Macau Reduces and Removes Fuel Surcharges
Viva Macau Reduces and Removes Fuel Surcharges. Viva Macau Airlines has removed its fuel surcharges for flights to Jakarta and Ho Chi Minh City. In addition, the airline has also reduced its fuel surcharges on flights to Sydney and Tokyo.
- 55. Lufthansa reduces Fuel Surcharge
Lufthansa reduces Fuel Surcharge. As crude oil and kerosene prices have decreased, Lufthansa has decided to reduce the fuel surcharge it imposes on flights. The fuel surcharge on domestic German and intra-European routes will lower by 3 euros to 24 euros per flight segment.
- 56. Successful In-Flight Demonstration of New procedure that Saves Fuel and Reduces Emissions
Successful In-Flight Demonstration of New procedure that Saves Fuel and Reduces Emissions. The new in-trail procedure will enable aircraft to more easily perform altitude changes during cruise which can significantly improve flight efficiency, reducing fuel burn and emissions. When an aircraft is not at its optimal altitude, aircraft fuel consumption and emissions are increased. As
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