Fuel surcharges fluctuate with oil prices

05/25/2010 | USA Today

Airfares to Europe look considerably higher this summer as airlines hike their fuel surcharge to keep pace with the spike in oil prices. In early May, oil hit an 18-month high of $87.15 per barrel, and surcharges have risen accordingly, running $80 to $100 higher than last summer for a round-trip ticket, according to Bestfares.com.

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