|Above, a Singapore Air Airbus A380.|
There's more good news for air travelers.
Japan Today reported:
SINGAPORE —Singapore Airlines will reduce its fuel surcharges for tickets issued on or after Feb 26.
The new fuel surcharge levels, which represent a decrease of between U.S.$5 and $83 per sector, depending on the distance and class of travel, will apply to Singapore Airlines and SilkAir flights.Singapore Airlines was the air carrier for the first G-TOUR to Japan in 2004. I found their service and food to be excellent. I would not hesitate flying to Japan with them again.
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