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- 97. Singapore Airlines to Reduce Fuel Surcharges
Singapore Airlines will reduce its fuel surcharges for tickets issued on or after 26 February 2015. The new fuel surcharge levels, which represent a decrease of between US$5 and US$83 per sector, depending on the distance and class of travel, will apply to Singapore Airlines and SilkAir flights.
- 98. Lufthansa to Increase Fuel Surcharge
Lufthansa to Increase Fuel Surcharge. Due to the continued increase in crude oil and kerosene prices, Lufthansa has confirmed it is to increase its fuel surcharges.
- 99. Air New Zealand Reports Greater Fuel Savings with Blended Winglets
Air New Zealand Reports Greater Fuel Savings with Blended Winglets. Air New Zealand has said that its new blended winglets, which are being fitted to its fleet of Boeing 767-300ER aircraft, are delivering 19% higher fuel savings than forecast.
- 100. Jet Airways to Use Honeywellís GoDirect Fuel Efficiency software
Jet Airways is to use Honeywellís GoDirect Fuel Efficiency software. The technology provides a full range of data analysis, reporting and monitoring tools for enhanced fuel conservation.
- 101. JAL to Increase Fare Fuel Surcharge
JAL to Increase Fare Fuel Surcharge. Fuel surcharges range from 500 yen on a Japan - Korea ticket to 13,500 yen on a Japan- Brazil ticket per person per sector flown, on tickets purchased in Japan. This level of surcharge will be applied to all international passenger tickets issued between 1 April and 30 June 2010.
- 102. JAL applies to Reduce International Cargo Fuel Surcharge
JAL applies to Reduce International Cargo Fuel Surcharge. JAL has filed an application with the Japanese Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLITT) to revise from January 1, 2009 the international cargo fuel surcharge for flights departing from Japan only.
- 103. IATA calls on Governments and Industry Partners to Address Fuel Crisis
IATA calls on Governments and Industry Partners to Address Fuel Crisis. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has called on governments and industry partners to address the fuel crisis that is pushing airlines into the red. IATA forecasts a loss of US$2.3 billion for 2008 based on an average oil price of US$106.5 per barrel Brent crude. The association sounded a warnin
- 104. Rolls-Royce and British Airways launch Alternative Fuel Trial
Rolls-Royce and British Airways launch Alternative Fuel Trial. Rolls-Royce and British Airways have launched a scientific test programme to investigate the viability of alternative fuels for the aviation industry. The in-depth study will seek to identify practical alternatives to the current industry-standard fuel kerosene, with the potential to make real reductions to the carbon f
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