Singapore Airlines Ltd said it will reduce its fuel surcharge for tickets issued on or after Oct 14 following the sustained decline in jet fuel prices.
In a statement, the flag carrier said it will cut its fuel surcharge to $18 from $20 per sector, for flights between Singapore and Southeast Asian countries.
It will also slash fuel surcharge to $82 from $90 per sector, for flights between Singapore and the US and Canada.
Fuel surcharge will be reduced to $54 from $60 per sector on all other flights.
The airline said it will continue to monitor the price of jet fuel and regularly review the level of surcharge.