Effective Monday, June 7, 2004, Singapore Airlines introduced a fuel surcharge of US$ 5 per flight sector on all its services worldwide, subject to the approval of the relevant authorities in certain markets.
In countries where Singapore Airlines has already introduced a fuel surcharge, including Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and France - the current surcharge will be discontinued on June 7 and replaced by the US$ 5 per sector charge.
The airline announced the move as necessary in light of rising fuel prices and in keeping with actions being taken by other major carriers to help defray part of the higher fuel costs.
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