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9. Qantas to Increase Int. Fuel Surcharges
Qantas to Increase Int. Fuel Surcharges. Qantas is planning to increase its international fuel surcharges in response to the rising oil and jet fuel prices. The changes will apply to tickets issued on or after 19 February 2011. For tickets on or after 19 February, the new fuel surcharges (A$ one way ex-Australia) will be:
10. JAL to increase International Fare Fuel Surcharge
JAL to increase International Fare Fuel Surcharge. The JAL Group is to revise its fuel surcharge placed on all international passenger tickets issued for the 3 month period starting July 1, 2008. The increase to the fuel surcharge for tickets issued between July 1 and September 30 2008, is because of the every increasing price of jet fuel. The price of Singapore kerosene-type jet
11. IATA Aims for 1 Billion Passengers to Fly on Sustainable Aviation Fuel Flights by 2025
IATA has set out an aim for one billion passengers to fly on flights powered by a mix of jet fuel and sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) by 2025. This aspiration was identified on the tenth anniversary of the first flight to blend sustainable aviation fuel and ordinary jet fuel.
12. Virgin Atlantic to charge Economy Class Passengers Lower Fuel Charges
Virgin Atlantic to charge Economy Class Passengers Lower Fuel Charges. Virgin Atlantic has confirmed that it is to charge its Economy class passengers lower fuel charges than those travelling in its premium cabins. The new fuel charges will rise by different amounts to reflect the higher amounts of fuel burned per passenger, and greater baggage allowances, in Premium Economy and Up
13. Singapore Airlines to Increase Fuel Surcharge
Singapore Airlines has said it will increase its fuel surcharge for tickets issued on or after 8 March 2012 as a result of continued high fuel prices. Jet fuel prices have been increasing and fuel now accounts for 40% of SIA Group expenditure
14. Jet Airways and JetLite Reduce Fuel Surcharges
Jet Airways and JetLite Reduce Fuel Surcharges. Jet Airways has reduced its passenger fuel surcharges on all domestic routes, in response to the recent reduction in fuel prices. JetLite, Jet Airwaysí wholly-owned all-economy subsidiary, has also reduced the passenger fuel surcharges on all domestic routes.
15. JAL Cargo to Increase Fuel Surcharge
JAL Cargo to Increase Fuel Surcharge. As the average fuel price of Singapore kerosene for the month of August 2009 was US$78.81 per barrel, the benchmark fuel price used for calculation of the fuel surcharge level in October will be within the range of US$75.00 to US$79.99 per barrel.
16. British Airways and Solena Group to Establish Sustainable Jet-Fuel Plant
British Airways and Solena Group to Establish Sustainable Jet-Fuel Plant. British Airways, in partnership with the Solena Group, is to establish a sustainable jet-fuel plant with plans to use the low-carbon fuel generated to power part of its fleet from 2014. The new fuel will be derived from waste biomass and manufactured in a state-of-the-art facility that can convert a variety o

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