Airlines, Cruises Add Fuel Surcharges

Surging oil prices are rippling throughout the economy, prompting companies including airlines and cruise ships to pass fuel surcharges along to consumers. United Airlines today announced it will add a surcharge of $5 each way to tickets for most domestic flights to offset the price of jet fuel. The second-largest U.S. carrier said the surcharge will apply to fares for travel within the United States, excluding Hawaii. (Hawaii flights already have a $25 one-way fuel surcharge.) United said...Full Story
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