New Delhi: Eyeing a larger share of the passenger traffic pie, Malaysia Airlines has reduced the fuel surcharge by 53% from today for flights to Kuala Lumpur from India.
As a result of the reduction, the return airfare from India to Malaysia starts from Rs16,528 including taxes, the carrier said in a statement.
The airline has reduced the surcharge on tickets from India to Australia and New Zealand by 27%. The airfare for Australia now starts from Rs37,846.
“We are pleased to reduce the fuel surcharge and offer more competitive fares to benefit our customers especially with the on-set of the holiday season,” Malaysia Airlines Regional Manager-South Asia Azahar Bin Hamid said.
The charge on India-North America sector has been cut by $106 for a round trip.