Several Chinese and foreign airlines will raise fuel surcharge due to rocketing crude prices, travel booking Website Ctrip.com revealed yesterday.
 
Starting today, Hong Kong’s Dragon Airlines and Cathay Pacific will raise the fuel surcharge on tickets for trips between the Chinese mainland and the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region from US$24.9 to US$28.5 per flight.
 
Australia’s Qantas has also raised its fuel surcharge, from today, for flights in and out of Hong Kong from 884 HK dollars (US$113.86) to HK$1,030 per flight.
 
Hainan Airlines, meanwhile, has hiked fuel surcharge for its flights from Brussels in Belgium and Budapest, Hungary, from 90 euros (US$133.31) to 110 euros for single trip and from 180 euros to 220 euros for return trip.
 

SOURCE: hicenter.cn
 
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