Singapore-based low cost airline, Jetstar Asia /
Valuair has said it has adjusted pricing across its network, by removing all
fuel surcharges in response to the lower fuel prices.
Effective from 2100hrs (SIN) on 11 February 2009, Jetstar Asia / Valuair
says it removed fuel surcharge on all its network. This includes Bali,
Bangkok, Hong Kong, Ho Chi Minh City, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Kuching,
Kota Kinabalu, Macau, Manila, Medan, Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, Surabaya,
Taipei and Yangon.
Fuel surcharges to fares across the
Jetstar brands and flying networks from within Asia and Australia
including Jetstar Asia, Valuair, Jetstar and Jetstar Pacific operations,
have also been removed.
Ms Chong Phit Lian, CEO, Jetstar Asia / Valuair
said, "We are committed to offer the lowest all inclusive fares to
our passengers. All our fares are covered by our Price Beat Guarantee in
which we will beat any fare on the same route at a similar time with
another carrier by 10% should it be lower than the advertised fare on
Jetstar.com. With the drop in fuel prices, we want to pass on this
savings to our customers by removing all fuel surcharges. This also once
again demonstrates our commitment to maintain our market
position of delivering every day value for money fares
to our customers."
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