Czech airline CSA increase fuel surcharge on tickets15 June 2007
Czech state controlled airline CSA announced Friday a rise in its fuel surcharge on air fares due to the increase in the global price of oil.
The surcharge on European flights will rise by 2.0 usd to 25 usd and on long-haul flights by 11.0 usd to 71 usd with immediate effect, the airline said.
The surcharge change is the first since November when lower oil prices allowed it to be cut. Oil prices reached 65 usd a barrel in April and are expected to stay above this level for the foreseeable future, CSA said.