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Fuel fees on international flights of South Korea will fall along with oil prices
Fuel surcharges on South Korea's international flights will fall to the lowest level in three years in November due to the global drop in oil prices. This is reported by the news agency RUSKOR.
A spokesman for Korean Air said that at the Singapore Exchange, oil prices fell from 125 dollars per barrel in 2013 to 102 at the moment. Fuel charges are set every month, and when they fall, no refunds for the tickets already purchased are made.
As a result, the fuel surcharge for flights to the United States will drop from $ 133 to $ 112. Fuel surcharges for flights to Europe and Asia will drop from $ 128 to $ 107, to the Middle East and Oceania from $ 109 to $ 91, and to South and Central Asia from $ 60 to $ 50. On routes to China and Northeast Asia, the fare will drop from $ 30 to $ 32, and to Southeast Asia from $ 50 to $ 42.