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Two Japanese airlines plan to cancel the fuel surcharge

According to NHK, two Japanese airlines canceling fuel surcharges, tickets to Europe will be cheaper by more than 100 dollars, to India and Hawaii - cheaper by 70 dollars

Two Japanese airlines plan to cancel the fuel surcharge
Japanese airlines JAL (Japan Airlines) and ANA (All Nippon Airways) for the first time in six and a half years will cancel the fuel surcharge due to low oil prices, NHK TV.

According to NHK, thanks to the cancellation of fuel surcharge, tickets to Europe will become cheaper by more than 100 dollars, and travel to India and Hawaii will be cheaper by 70 dollars, RIA Novosti reports.

Since the beginning of the summer of 2014, by the end of 2015, the price of oil has more than tripled — from 115 to 36 dollars per barrel of Brent, and in 2016, they have already dropped below 30 dollars. Fundamentally, the decline is explained by the high level of production in the world with slowed demand, including due to the situation in China. However, experts have increasingly begun to link such a deep decline with financial factors, including the strengthening of the dollar. In the forecasts, they are generally the same - low oil prices for a long time.