KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia Airlines (MAS) will revise its fuel surcharge effective Nov 15 due to the current high fuel prices.
The national carrier said in a statement here that the revised rates for tickets sold in Malaysia had been approved by the Government.
The revised rates are for:
Travel from Malaysia to Europe, Australia and New Zealand, North and South America, West Asia and Africa from US$36 (RM137) to US$50 (RM190) per sector.
Travel from Malaysia to Asia, including Singapore and Brunei, unchanged at US$18 (RM69) per sector.
For tickets sold outside Malaysia, the rates are:
Travel from Europe, Australia and New Zealand, North and South America, West and Africa into Malaysia from US$45 (RM170) to US$50 (RM190) per sector.
Travel from Asia, including Singapore and Brunei, into Malaysia unchanged at US$20 (RM75) per sector.
“The revised surcharge is applicable for tickets issued on or after Nov 15 for travel on or after Nov 15. The surcharge will be collected at the point of ticketing,” the statement said.
However, MAS said, domestic surcharge rates remained unchanged at RM15 for travel between Peninsula Malaysia and Sabah and Sarawak as well as RM7.50 for travel within Peninsula Malaysia and Sabah and Sarawak, including the rural air services. – Bernama
Source: The Star...MAS raises ticket fares due to higher fuel prices
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