Airlines roll back some fuel surcharges on international routes

10/14/2008 | Star-Telegram (Fort Worth, Texas)

As the price of oil drops, airlines are starting to reduce fuel surcharges on most international routes, a move that indicates carriers may be getting concerned about demand. "Are these price cuts enough to lure passengers back onto planes to Europe as we all fight the current economic crisis?" asked Tom Parsons, CEO of "That's the big question."

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