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Announcement

Fuel Surcharge and Flight Insurance Surcharge (for passengers originating Japan)

29 Jun 2020

Philippine Airlines has a fuel surcharge and flight insurance surcharge in place, to be charged to passengers to cover part of the cost increases that are associated with jumps in the price of aviation fuel and flight insurance and the strengthening of airline security.
The applicable fuel surcharge level will be determined by multiplying the two-month average fuel price of the Singapore Kerosene. 


Applicable tickets

- International tickets originating Japan
- Adult and Child fares

* Infants without seats only be charged flight insurance surcharge (JPY 300 per direction)


Sector

Applicable Fuel Surcharge per direction

Ticketing period:
Jun 01- Jul 31, 2020

Ticketing period:
Aug 01- Sep 30, 2020

Japan - Philippines

Not applicable

Not applicable

Japan – China, Hong Kong, Macau, Korea and SEA

Not applicable

Not applicable

Japan – USA, Canada, Europe, Middle East and Oceania

Not applicable

Not applicable


* Flight insurance surcharge (JPY300) will be added per direction



Conditions of the fuel surcharge
The applicable fuel surcharge level will be determined by multiplying the two-month average fuel price of the Singapore Kerosene by the exchange rates average of the same two-month and will be fixed for two months as below. In case of changing the fuel surcharge, we will apply for the government approvals of the applicable country to amend it. If the two-month average fuel price falls below JPY6,000, we will not collect fuel surcharge.


Singapore Kerosene Fuel Price (1 barrel)

Applicable amount

Japan-Philippines

Less than JPY 11,000

JPY 5,000

Less than JPY 10,000

JPY 4,000

Less than JPY 9,000

JPY 3,000

Less than JPY 8,000

JPY 2,000

Less than JPY 7,000 

 JPY 1,000

Less than JPY 6,000

 Not applicable



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