Several European airlines yesterday announced new increases in their fuel surcharges. British Airways will raise its surcharge to £16 ($30.37) from £10 on long-haul flights and to £6 from £4 on short-haul flights from March 28. "Our fuel bill next year is expected to be an extra £300 million. With prices continuing to rise, a surcharge increase is regrettably unavoidable," Commercial Director Martin George said in a statement. Virgin Atlantic is adding £6 to ...

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