Ural Airlines reduces fuel fees for Europe-bound flights

10 December 2008 (10:48)

Ural Airlines is going to reduce the fuel fees for a number of international flights on January 11, 2009. For one, fees will go down for Yekaterinburg-Munich, Yekaterinburg-Paris, and Yekaterinburg-Prague flights.

The fees for Yekaterinburg-Munich and Yekaterinburg-Paris flights will be halved and will thus come to only ?50. The fee for the Prague-bound flight will go down by ?25 and will thus amount to ?45.

This isn’t the first time the airline has reduced its fuel fees, actually. In addition to the latest discounts, Ural Airlines kept decreasing the fuel fees for its chartered flights, including those to Turkey and Cyprus at the end of summer as well as the regular discounts on flights to Hurghada and Sharm El Sheikh taking off in Yekaterinburg, Chelyabinsk, and Perm. What is more, the fuel fees for Egypt-bound flights taking off in Yekaterinburg or Perm were cancelled altogether in November 2008.

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