Cathay Pacific Airways, along with 22 other airlines, received approval from the Hong Kong Civil Aviation Dept. to increase long-haul fuel surcharges from the beginning of August. The new charge will be $42.60 per sector, up from the current $32. The long-haul surcharges apply to all Cathay flights between Hong Kong and Australia, North America, Europe, the Middle East and South Africa. The short-haul surcharge, which applies mainly to the airline's regional flights in Asia, remains at ...

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