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Viva Macau Reduces and Removes Fuel Surcharges

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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.

Fuel surcharges has reduced from MOP479 (equivalent to A$95) to MOP303 (equivalent to A$60) each way for Macau-Sydney service and from MOP240 to MOP160 each way for Macau-Tokyo service.

"The recent reductions in world oil prices have allowed us to reduce our fuel surcharges and pass these savings on to our customers. Traveling from Macau remains the best value for money for both residents in Macau and neighboring cities in the Pearl River Delta," said Viva Macau Airlines Chief Executive Officer Con Korfiatis. "At the same time, we want to make traveling to Macau, Asia’s newest and most exciting destination for both leisure and business, more affordable than ever before for travelers in the region, especially during these difficult economic times."

Until 9 March, the airline is offering special fares for traveling between Macau and Jakarta from MOP343 one-way on Economy Class while between Macau and Ho Chi Minh City fares start from MOP263. For an additional MOP800, an upgrade to Premium Class which offers business seating and complimentary meals is also available. The promotional fares are valid for travel period between 3rd March and 31st July, subject to seat availability.

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