Qantas again raised its ticket surcharge for international and domestic passengers as it faces a A$1.25 billion increase in fuel costs this year. From Sept. 2, the domestic one-way fuel surcharge will lift from A$20 ($15) to A$26, international from A$60 to A$75 and transtasman from A$40 to A$46. Chief Executive Geoff Dixon said the decision was made "reluctantly" and noted that "the volatility of current and future oil and jet fuel prices is a serious issue for all airlines." Qantas is ...

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