Singapore Airlines To Cut Fuel Surcharge

Following the drop in the price of jet fuel, Singapore Airlines announced that it would be cutting fuel surcharge by as much as $15 (Dh55). The levies will be reduced on tickets issued from November 7. 

Source: Emirates Business 24/7 

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