Fuel surcharge to be dropped to lowest since April 2011
Next month, flying out of the country will become cheaper as Korean airlines lower their fuel surcharges for international flights following the drop in fuel price.
Flag carriers Korean Air and Asiana Airlines said yesterday the fuel surcharge for international flights in November will be dropped to level 13 from 11, the lowest level since April 2011.
The fuel surcharge rate structure consists of 33 levels.
At level 11, a one-way ticket to the United States will have a fuel surcharge of $112, down $20, while the surcharge for flight to Europe and Africa will decrease $21 to $107.
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