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JAL opts to keep fuel surcharge

Date Posted: 2012-01-05

Japan Air Lines ticket prices won’t be dropping this quarter, as the struggling airline has decided to maintain current levels of fuel surcharges on all international passenger tickets being written through March 31st.

Fuel surcharge levels are adjusted on a bi-monthly basis, using the average two-month price of Singapore kerosene-type jet fuel. The latest price from the October-November benchmark period averaged $125.75 per barrel.

Airline officials say the continued application of international fuel surcharges will range from ¥2,500 for a Japan-Korea ticket, to ¥25,000 increase on a Japan-U.S. ticket, per person per sector flown. The price will be applied on all tickets purchased in Japan during the period February 1st through March 31st.

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