Airlines ramp up pressure on airport charges, despite oil falling below USD40 per barrel

The airline industry is continuing to press for support in the form of lower taxes and charges despite oil prices falling below USD40 per barrel. Airports in particular are in the firing line to lower charges. But oil prices have fallen to such a level that the continued imposition of airline fuel surcharges is becoming unsupportable.

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