BEIJING (XFNews-ASIA) - China will not increase jet fuel surcharges on domestic routes, Chinanews.com reported, contrary to reports.
Xu Kunlin, Vice Director of the Pricing Department in the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), was quoted as saying that the NDRC has not received any appeal or application from domestic airlines to raise prices. As such it will not increase the jet fuel surcharge for the moment.
Last week, the NDRC raised the prices of gasoline, diesel, and kerosene by 500 yuan per ton, the second hike this year.
(1 usd = 8.00 yuan)
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