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Domestic Airlines Raise Fuel Surcharges on Hong Kong Flights

updated: 2011-04-08

Air China, the nation's flag carrier, recently announced an increase in fuel surcharges on flights between mainland China and Hong Kong, effective from April 1, 2011.
 
Air China said that due to rising fuel prices, the fuel surcharges were raised from CNY140 to CNY164 on a single flight.
 
On the same day, China Southern Airlines, the country's largest carrier, also increased fuel surcharges on flights between mainland China and Hong Kong or Macau to CNY194 from the previous CNY165.
 
This latest move follows recent raises in fuel surcharges on flights between the mainland and Hong Kong by Cathay Pacific, Dragonair, and Shenzhen Airlines.
 

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