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#1 rodent

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    Posted 07 March 2008 - 06:09 PM

    The short version: My guests have to pay their trip in full by March 19th, or they will owe an extra $21 for an increased fuel surcharge. Not a big deal. Payments were due by April 30th anyway.

    Longer version:
    Fuel costs have gone up dramatically over the past few weeks and are
    projected to continue to increase. Funjet Vacations is now compelled to
    pass on this additional cost. Effective today, for all new bookings the
    fuel surcharge for most Charter and Value Flights has increased by $21 per
    person. Existing bookings that are paid in full or that have the Penalty
    Waiver or Complete Coverage options will not be impacted. Customers with
    existing individual or group bookings that do not meet those criteria can
    avoid this increase by providing full payment for their reservation by March
    19, 2008. Reservations not paid in full by that date will receive the fuel
    surcharge increase. Charter and Value Flight airlines affected by this
    increase include American Trans Air, AeroMexico, Champion, Frontier
    Airlines, Midwest Airlines, Ryan International Airlines, Sun Country
    Airlines, and USA3000.

    #2 lucy106

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      Posted 07 March 2008 - 06:27 PM

      Wow! Well good to know I guess but that blows!

      #3 Yari

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        Posted 07 March 2008 - 07:58 PM

        Wow, thanks for the info.

        #4 tlomlad

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          Posted 07 March 2008 - 07:59 PM

          hmmmm thanks for the info i better check up on my flight plans!

          #5 Jenn3878

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            Posted 07 March 2008 - 09:51 PM

            Thanks for the info Morgan, so as long as they get their $ in they dont have to worry about the increase! Whew!




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