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British Airways and Virgin Atlantic Cut Fuel Surcharges
Gadling's favorite airline CEO (because he's always saying something outrageous), Michael O'Leary, tried to irk BA last week by criticizing them for not dropping their fuel surcharge after they dropped a similar charge for freight. "BA is using these high and unjustified fuel surcharges as a scam to rip off its passengers." Surely, O'Leary's comments didn't cause BA to drop the surcharges, but with the price fixing scandal still in the rear-view mirror, England's big two had to do something to get back on the good side of their customers.
[Via Sky News]
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