BA Fuel Surcharges by Route/Class

Old Jul 28, 18, 8:53 am
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BA Fuel Surcharges by Route/Class

Has anyone come across a table that lists BA Fuel Surcharges by Route and Class of Service? ITA Matrix is a great resource but routes need to be checked one by one.

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Old Jul 28, 18, 9:08 am
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I have not seen such a list. ITA Matrix remains a very useful resource as these carrier imposed surcharges also vary depending on the point of sale.
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Old Jul 28, 18, 10:38 am
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Originally Posted by OldNewYorker View Post
Has anyone come across a table that lists BA Fuel Surcharges by Route and Class of Service? ITA Matrix is a great resource but routes need to be checked one by one.

Thanks in advance
Looks like you’ve just nominated yourself for a bit of homework!
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Old Jul 28, 18, 10:56 am
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Originally Posted by mrvincent View Post
Looks like you’ve just nominated yourself for a bit of homework!
I think I'd rather redo my Latin Future Perfect conjugations than compile such a list. The carrier imposed surcharges - which don't apply within Europe - are per city pair, per cabin per start point, single versus return (sometimes it is the same each way though). To give just one example, WT LHR to DXB return is £113, DUB to DXB return is £143, MAN to DXB return is £170. INV is interesting in that on higher value cabins, BA bumps up the carrier imposed surcharge (formerly fuel surcharge) a bit more than say ABZ, to claw back some of the zero APD advantage.
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We could have some sort of password protected website and build up the data over time, but updating for changes would be a pain................
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Old Jul 28, 18, 6:10 pm
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I know there are some smart people who hacked a way to book from matrix. Is there a way to hack multiple trips via a spreadsheet on matrix?
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Old Jul 30, 18, 5:57 am
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Originally Posted by Prospero View Post
I have not seen such a list.
When fuel surcharges were introduced, their level (by flight category) was transparently published by BA, and changes were equally publicly and transparently announced.

Those days are long gone, though.
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