Tickets on domestic carriers' international flights should be cheaper next month, after the Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA) announced yesterday that it plans to lower fuel surcharges. The surcharge will be adjusted to US$15 for short-distance international flights and US$39 for long-distance flights. The new prices will take effect on Dec. 10. The announcement came after the Chinese Petroleum Corp set average fuel prices for last month and this month at US$85.65 per barrel.
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Taiwan Quick Take: CAA reduces surcharges
STAFF WRITER WITH CNA
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