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Chinese airlines raise fuel surcharge for int’l routes

By Li Meiling (Beijing News)

14:24, April 05, 2012

Edited and translated by People's Daily Online

Several Chinese airlines recently announced plans to increase jet fuel surcharges for international routes due to rising international oil prices.

From April 14, Air China will raise fuel surcharges for flights from the Chinese mainland to European countries except Russia and Turkey from 1,050 yuan to 1,150 yuan, and surcharges for flights to the United States from 800 yuan to 1,000 yuan.

From April 1, China Eastern Airlines increased fuel surcharges for flights from Hong Kong to the Chinese mainland from 230 Hong Kong dollars to 245 Hong Kong dollars, and surcharges for flights from the mainland to Hong Kong from 188 yuan to 203 yuan.

From March 26, Hainan Airlines hiked fuel surcharges for international flights such as Beijing-Berlin flights from 1,000 yuan to 1,150 yuan.

Read the Chinese version at http://www.bjnews.com.cn/news/2012/04/01/191689.html

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