Saturday, February 28, 2009

Royal Brunei Airlines cuts fuel surcharges

By Achong Tanjong

Royal Brunei Airlines yesterday announced that fuel surcharges on its tickets issued in the country will be reduced, starting today.

For tickets purchased and issued before February 28, the previous surcharges will still apply.

The latest reduction in fuel surcharges is in line with RBA's previous statement that the airline will review its surcharges if the price of jet fuel maintains a lower average.

"Over the past few months, oil prices have continued to drop, allowing RBA to reduce the fuel surcharges and pass along savings to passengers," said Acting CEO of RBA Pengiran Haji Alihashim. "In the Borneo sector, the surcharges have been discounted up to 50 per cent."

Courtesy of Borneo Bulletin Weekend

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