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Reducing fuel surcharges - reward flights

Old Oct 21, 08, 12:13 pm
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Changes to YQ tax - all fare types
20th October 2008

Effective immediately, bmi's YQ tax will decrease on a number of routes, listed below. This YQ tax change should be automatically added to the taxes displayed within your CRS. Please note that as this YQ amendment is a tax amendment, it will be applied to all BD published and net fare bookings.

Routes include:
LON - ALA
LON - CAI
LON - FRU
LON - TLV
MAN - ANU
MAN - BGI
MAN - ORD
MAN - LAS


This document replaces all other previous YQ communications and ticketing exceptions.

All new bookings made from 17 October 2008 must apply the new YQ tax levels.

A complete listing of YQ tax levels for all bmi routes can be found at: www.flybmi.com/trade/yqtax
http://www.flybmi.com/livetrack/link.aspx?LinkID=6947
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Old Oct 21, 08, 3:00 pm
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Thanks for the link.. I also see there at special fares section that students should get 25% off the executive fare. Does that mean any basefare? or just J class?
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Old Oct 21, 08, 7:39 pm
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Thanks for the link.. I also see there at special fares section that students should get 25% off the executive fare. Does that mean any basefare? or just J class?
That info are for 'trade' only, but if you must ask, Student fares are always based on economy class travel only.
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