Malaysian Airline System increases fuel surcharge.
Malaysian Airline System Bhd has said that it will raise fuel charges on long-haul routes by 38% to USD50 for one-way tickets.
According to the airline, the surcharge is being raised because of the increase in the price of crude oil. The increase will step into force on 15 November, Dow Jones reported.
The airline last increased the fuel surcharge by 12.5% on 15 October.
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|Date:||Nov 1, 2005|
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