British Airways Reduces Award Fuel Surcharges… Slightly…

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    British Airways is notorious for their outrageously high fuel surcharges, which are only exacerbated by the hefty UK Air Passenger Duty (APD), which applies if you have travel originating in the UK. While oil prices have dropped, for the most part fuel surcharges haven't. Why? The most simple answer is because the airlines can... no one is holding them accountable. Anyway, Head for Points notes that British Airways has lowered their fuel surcharges on longhaul award tickets. Earlier in the week British Airways lowered fuel surcharges as follows: -- The fuel surcharges on roundtrip longhaul economy class flights was reduced from £229 to £209 -- The fuel surcharges on roundtrip longhaul premium class flights was reduced from £359 to £329 The post British Airways Reduces Award Fuel Surcharges… Slightly… appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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