Domestic fees are a rip-off

Jones, Steve
November 2006
Travel Weekly Australia;11/24/2006, Issue 28, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports that a domestic travel survey by totaltravel.com reveals that Australian travelers consider airlines' fuel surcharges as a rip-off. Airlines have reduced fuel surcharges on international flights, but have not done so on domestic flights. Australian airline Qantas Airways reduced its international surcharge by ten percent.


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