Due to the continued volatility in fuel costs, the City Pair Program is allowing airlines to assess a fuel surcharge to domestic or international contract fares under the following conditions:
- The fuel surcharge may only be assessed on fares corresponding to the contract fares after the surcharge has been in place commercially for a minimum of 14 consecutive days.
- The fuel surcharge may not be higher than that imposed commercially.
- The fuel surcharge will be assessed at the time of ticket issuance.
- The fuel surcharge will be removed from the contract fares when it is no longer imposed commercially on the applicable fares in a market.
Surcharges currently meeting the conditions listed above are noted in the document(s) below.
|United Airlines International Markets||Excel||41k||02/13/2014|
|United Airlines Domestic Markets||Excel||99k||04/18/2014|
|US Airways Domestic Markets||Excel||34k||03/24/2014|