Singapore Airlines Award Tickets Are About To Get Cheaper

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    With fuel prices plummeting, one common question has been why most airlines haven't lowered fuel surcharges. After all, they're super quick to raise these surcharges when oil prices go up, but when they go down they conveniently seem to forget about them. While lowering fuel surcharges wouldn't impact the actual cost of revenue tickets, it would impact the cost of award tickets for the airlines which do impose fuel surcharges on awards. Some airlines have been in the process of lowering fuel surcharges, including British Airways and Japan Airlines. It looks like we can add another airline to the list -- Singapore Airlines will be lowering fuel surcharges for tickets issued as of February 26, 2015. With these changes, we'll apparently see Singapore Airlines fuel surcharges drop between US$5 (S$6.80) and US$83 (S$113) per sector. The post Singapore Airlines Award Tickets Are About To Get Cheaper appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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