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Discussion in 'General Discussion | Travel' started by uggboy, Jul 22, 2012.
|| Airline fuel surcharges rising faster than fuel costs, study finds ||
Let passengers pay twice?
Is anyone surprised by this? I mean, look at the bs the oil companies are always giving us about the price at the pump. Someone bombs a pipe line in Iraq and i wake up to six cents a gallon more at my gas station. For the same gas that was in their tank from yesterday. And then it takes a month to come back down.
Isn't this a great subject to rant about!
At least at the pump the prices come down after a certain time, but for airlines such as " fuel surcharges " have been consistently on the up since 2009.