Czech Airlines Lowers Surcharges

In some welcome news for air travelers, Czech Airlines says that it is reducing its fuel surcharge by $2 per flight on European flights and $7 on long-haul flights. With the reduction, medium-haul flights will now carry a $23 surcharge and long-haul flights, like ones to New York, Montreal and Toronto, will have a $60 surcharge, the company says.

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