Singapore Airlines Has Lowered Their Fuel Surcharges, But By How Much?

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    A couple of weeks ago I wrote about Singapore Airlines' announcement that they'd be lowering fuel surcharges for tickets booked as of February 26, 2015. Singapore Airlines announced that fuel surcharges would drop between US$5 (S$6.80) and US$83 (S$113) per sector. While fuel prices have plummeted, airlines haven't passed on those savings to consumers. Which is fine and makes sense, since ticket costs aren't based on the cost of fuel, but rather based on supply/demand. This is why airlines are sometimes extremely profitable, and sometimes extremely unprofitable. There are implications of lower fuel surcharges on award tickets, but not on revenue tickets: The post Singapore Airlines Has Lowered Their Fuel Surcharges, But By How Much? appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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