Thursday 27th Oct 2016 - Logistics Manager

BA World Cargo cuts fuel surcharge again

British Airways World Cargo is set to lower its fuel surcharge to 75 pence a kilo on 4th September after the fuel index fell below the level 23 threshold for the second consecutive week.

The fuel surcharge has fluctuated considerably over the past three months reaching a high of 87 pence at the end of July. In November last year it was 54 pence a kilo.

Adam Carson, senior manager revenue management at BA World Cargo, said: “As a result of the recent fall in fuel costs we are reducing the fuel surcharge by two levels, in line with our index.”