Delta Air Lines raised passenger surcharges on tickets purchased for travel on its transatlantic flights on or after June 15, primarily because of soaring fuel prices. The surcharge increase is $10 each way except for travel originating in the UK, which is £4.50 ($8.19) each way. The increase applies to all transatlantic travel except that to and from Canada and Mexico, and travel from France and Italy.

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