Lufthansa lowers fuel surcharge

Deutsche Lufthansa AG has further reduced its fuel surcharge on its flights as crude oil and kerosene prices have decreased.

The fuel surcharge on domestic German and intra-European routes will lower by 3 euros to 21 euros per flight segment. On long-haul routes the corresponding fuel surcharge will be decreased by 10 euros to 82 euros per flight segment. The reduction will apply to all Lufthansa tickets issued on or after 16 December 2008.

Lufthansa says it will continually monitor oil prices and will make any future adjustments to the fuel surcharge dependent on further trends in the price of jet fuel.

For more information visit Lufthansa website

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