November 5, 2008
SilkAir to Reduce Fuel Surcharges
SilkAir, a wholly owned subsidiary of Singapore Airlines, has announced that it will reduce its fuel surcharges for all tickets issued on or after November 7, 2008 for travel on its flights, in line with the recent sustained fall in the price of jet fuel.
The airline will reduce the fuel surcharges between Singapore and cities in southeast Asia from $36 to $32 per sector for business class, and from $36 to $28 per sector for economy class.
For services between Singapore and all other SilkAir points, the fuel surcharges will be reduced from $100 to $90 per sector for business class and from $100 to $85 per sector for economy class. Changes in the application of surcharges will be based on trend price movements in the price of jet fuel.