Airlines' fuel fees

May 2004
Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;5/21/2004, Issue 2615, p88
Trade Publication
Reports that major airlines have added surcharges to cope with the rising airplane fuel costs. Average surcharges of Virgin Atlantic, KLM and SN Brussels.


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