JAL Reduces Fuel Surcharges for Tickets Issued from February

JAL Japan Airlines

Japan Airlines (JAL) is set to lower its international flight fuel surcharges for tickets issued from February 2024.

The surcharges are based on the two-month average market price of Singapore kerosene calculated into Japanese yen using the two-month average exchange rate. From October to November, the average market price for Singapore kerosene was $110.32 per barrel, and the exchange rate was 149.67 yen to the US dollar, resulting in a conversion amount of 16,512 yen.

For tickets issued from February 1, 2024, to March 31, 2024, the surcharge per one-way ticket from Japan will be 5,300 yen for Korea and the Russian Far East routes, 10,300 yen for East Asian routes excluding Korea and Mongolia, 16,100 yen for Guam, Palau, the Philippines, Vietnam, Mongolia, and Russia (Irkutsk), 23,000 yen for Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, and Russia (Novosibirsk), 28,200 yen for Hawaii, Indonesia, India, and Sri Lanka, and 43,600 yen for North America, Europe, Middle East, and Oceania excluding Hawaii.

■ Fuel Surcharge Amounts (February – March 2024 / One-way from Japan)
Korea & Russian Far East 5,300 yen
East Asia excluding Korea & Mongolia 10,300 yen
Guam, Palau, Philippines, Vietnam, Mongolia, Russia (Irkutsk) 16,100 yen
Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, Russia (Novosibirsk) 23,000 yen
Hawaii, Indonesia, India, Sri Lanka 28,200 yen
North America, Europe, Middle East, Oceania excluding Hawaii 43,600 yen

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