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South Korean airlines will not impose fuel surcharges on international routes in November as oil prices remain low due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Industry sources said Monday the surcharge for one-way tickets on international routes will remain at zero next month, unchanged from a month earlier.
This means local airlines will keep the surcharge at zero for the eighth straight month, and potentially further down the road due to a drastic drop air travel as the COVID-19 crisis continues.
No fuel surcharges will be imposed on domestic routes either for the seventh consecutive month.
Fuel surcharges depend on the level of jet fuel prices traded on the Singaporean market.
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