Airlines add record fuel surcharges on European fares

04/28/2011 | Bloomberg

Delta Air Lines, United Continental Holdings and other major U.S. airlines have responded to rising oil prices by adding fuel surcharges of as much as $420 on round-trip European tickets. Surcharges have exceeded those charged when fuel prices hit record highs in 2008, according to BestFares.com. The five largest U.S. carriers reported combined losses of $951 million in the first quarter.

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