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Thai Airways Increases Fuel Surcharges on International Flights

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Friday, 12 June 2009

Thai Airways International today increased its fuel surcharge on some of its international flights due to the increase in global jet fuel cost.

The airline has adjusted its fuel surcharge on air tickets issued by THAIs sales and ticketing offices worldwide for all classes of travel on THAI, details as follows:

- Return flights routed Bangkok-Europe (including Israel): London, Paris, Frankfurt, Munich, Rome, Milan, Athens, Moscow, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Oslo, Zurich, Madrid, and Tel Aviv, at a fuel surcharge of US$86.50 per sector (from previous rate of US$76.50 per sector).

- Return flights routed Bangkok-Australia: Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane, at a fuel surcharge of US$74.50 per sector (from previous rate of US$64.50 per sector).

- Return flights routed Bangkok-Perth, at a fuel surcharge of US$57 per sector (from previous rate of US$47 per sector).

- Return flights routed Bangkok-New Zealand, at a fuel surcharge of US$86.50 per sector (from previous rate of US$76.50 per sector).

On return flights routed Bangkok-U.S. (Los Angeles), a fuel surcharge of US$104.50 per sector (from previous rate of US$89.50 per sector) was implemented on 25 May 2009.

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