American Airlines Increases Most Trans-Atlantic And Trans-Pacific Fare Surcharges To Help Offset High Fuel Costs
FORT WORTH, Texas – American Airlines has increased fuel surcharges on fares to and from most of its trans-Atlantic and trans-Pacific international destinations (excluding Japan). With a few exceptions, the increase is $10 one way, $20 round trip, and is effective immediately.
The increase will help offset rising fuel costs.
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