Several European airlines are raising their surcharges in light of still climbing fuel prices. Virgin Express will increase its fuel surcharge by €2 ($2.24) per passenger from July 15, bringing it to a total of €10, while SN Brussels Airlines will adjust its surcharge from €10 to €12 for European flights and from €23 to €30 on flights to Africa and the Middle East as of Sept. 1. Alitalia is hiking its fuel surcharge on domestic and European flight tickets ...

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