ANA to Increase Fuel Surcharge from June Ticketing Onward

ANA (Boeing 787-9, JA879A)

All Nippon Airways (ANA) will raise the international flight fuel surcharge for tickets issued from June onward.

The fuel surcharge is collected based on the average market price of Singapore Kerosene over two months, converted into Japanese yen using the average exchange rate over the same period.

The charge per one-way trip originating from Japan, excluding Hawaii, will be 35,000 yen for routes to Europe, the Middle East, and Oceania; 22,500 yen for Hawaii, India, and Indonesia; 18,500 yen for Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Myanmar, and Cambodia; 12,000 yen for Vietnam, Guam, and the Philippines; 10,500 yen for East Asia excluding Korea; and 4,000 yen for Korea and Russia (Vladivostok).

When purchasing in the United Kingdom, the charge will be in pounds, in euros when buying in Europe excluding the UK, and in US dollars when purchasing in all other countries. Separate settings apply for departures from certain countries.

■Fuel Surcharge Amount (June to July 2024 / One-way from Japan)
Korea, Russia (Vladivostok) 4,000 yen
East Asia excluding Korea 10,500 yen
Vietnam, Guam, Philippines 12,000 yen
Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Myanmar, Cambodia 18,500 yen
Hawaii, India, Indonesia 22,500 yen
North America, Europe, Middle East, Oceania excluding Hawaii 35,000 yen

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