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Increase in fuel surcharge via Australia

26 August 2005

APPLICATION OF FUEL SURCHARGE ON JSA ROUTE BETWEEN AUSTRALIA AND THE UK

British Airways will increase fuel surcharges on designated flights between Australia and the UK in line with Qantas for sales and travel from 02 September 2005. The total fuel surcharge will increase to US$57.10 per flight sector for British Airways flights purchased on the JSA route between Australia and the UK. The total British Airways YQ surcharge on JSA flights will be US$61.10 which includes a US$4.00 insurance levy.


APPLICATION OF FUEL SURCHARGES ON BRITISH AIRWAYS FLIGHTS OTHER THAN DESIGNATED FLIGHTS BETWEEN AUSTRALIA AND THE UK.

Fuel surcharges applicable on worldwide flights other than on designated flights between Australia and the UK will remain unchanged. For UK Domestic and European Flights surcharges remain at US$19.00 including the insurance and security levy. For all other British Airways worldwide flights, except the JSA, the fuel surcharges remain at US$48.00 including the insurance and security levy.

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