Taipei (XFN-ASIA) - The Civil Aeronautics Administration at
the Ministry of Transportation and Communications has decided to raise passenger
fuel surcharges on domestic airliners by 2.5 usd to 17.5 usd on short-haul flights
and and by 6.5 usd on long-haul flights to 45.5 usd.
The surcharges will take effect from July 16, according to a statement by the administration.
The adjustments have been made to reflect higher fuel costs, it added.
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