BA cuts fuel charge

21 December 2008

British Airways, which operates 28 weekly flights from the UAE to London Heathrow, has cut its fuel surcharge by as much as a third on longhaul services. The reduction in the fuel surcharge - the airline's second cut in two months - applies to all four British Airways cabins: World Traveller (economy), World Traveller Plus (premium economy), Club World (business) and First. 'The lowered fuel surcharges mean UAE customers will save between Dhs165 and Dhs450 on return trips to London and North America, depending on their cabin of choice,' said Paul Starrs, British Airways' commercial manager, Middle East.

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