CAB to impose fuel surcharges starting July amid rise in jet fuel prices

25/06/2022 11:00:00 AM

The Civil Aeronautics Board is set to impose fuel surcharges starting July 1 which will range from P355 to P1,038 due to the ongoing rise in the prices of jet fuel in the world market.

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The Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) is set to impose fuel surcharges starting July 1 which will range from P355 to P1,038 due to the ongoing rise in the prices of jet fuel in the world market.

The Civil Aeronautics Board is set to impose fuel surcharges starting July 1 which will range from P355 to P1,038 due to the ongoing rise in the prices of jet fuel in the world market.

PublishedJune 25, 2022 3:10pmAn airport worker checks the engine of a Boeing 787 of the airline company Air France parked in the tarmac at Roissy-Charles de Gaulle Airport, in Roissy, north of Paris, on June 27, 2019. Fuel surcharges will go up starting July 1, 2022 due to the rise in jet fuel prices, the Civil Aeronautics Board says. Joel Saget/AFP/File photo

The Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) is set to impose fuel surcharges starting July 1 which will range from P355 to P1,038 due to the ongoing rise in the prices of jet fuel in the world market.A plane trip from Manila to Cebu will have a surcharge of P706, for instance, CAB Hearing Examiners Division Chief Atty. Blem Moro said in an interview during the Laging Handa public briefing.

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Fuel surcharges will go up starting July 1, 2022 due to the rise in jet fuel prices, the Civil Aeronautics Board says. Joel Saget/AFP/File photo The Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) is set to impose fuel surcharges starting July 1 which will range from P355 to P1,038 due to the ongoing rise in the prices of jet fuel in the world market. Based on Comelec's Resolution 10798, a Filipino citizen of at least 18 years of age on or before December 5, 2022, may register for the barangay elections. A plane trip from Manila to Cebu will have a surcharge of P706, for instance, CAB Hearing Examiners Division Chief Atty. F2 Logistics and Bali Pure have both begged off from joining the league’s mid-conference and will return in the Open Conference late this year. Blem Moro said in an interview during the Laging Handa public briefing." The resolution also stated that a Filipino citizen of"at least 15 but not more than 30 years of age and residing in the barangay for at least six months on or before December 5, 2022," may register as an SK voter. "Many airlines, especially our local airlines, have applied surcharges, including Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines, as well as foreign carriers," Moro said. Anne, Quebec, and Iqaluit in Canada’s Arctic territory.

The CAB official said surcharges are also based on the distance of a flight. SunStar reserves the right to delete, reproduce, or modify comments posted here without notice. The seven homegrown clubs will fight among themselves in another single-round robin system. She said it will be applicable to domestic and international flights. Moro said the CAB revised its surcharge matrix following the rise in the price of fuel in the world market last year. Forum Rules Do not use obscenity. Upon review of the matrix in April and May, Moro said fuel price was at $155 per barrel, with the Philippine peso-US dollar exchange rate at P52:$1. Moro said the base fare however had barely moved as the airline companies continued to offer promotional and cheap fares. Stick to the topic. The stated aim of the schools, which operated between 1831 and 1996, was to assimilate indigenous children.

"'Yun lamang po naidadagdag ang ating mga fuel surcharge, depende po ito sa galaw din ng merkado at kung magkano ang nagiging presyo ng fuel sa pandaigdigang pamilihan," she said. (Only the fuel surcharge is added. Be coherent. This depends on the movement of fuel prices in the world market.) —KG, GMA News .