Thai AirAsia Adds Excise Tax imposed on Jet Fuel Committing To Reflect Actual Cost

Travel and Lifestyle Press Releases Tuesday January 31, 2017 17:19
Bangkok--31 Jan--AirAsia

The Thai Cabinet has agreed with the Ministry of Finance's proposal to increase the nation's excise tax on jet fuel and lubricant, and had the adjustments declared in the Royal Gazette to put them into effect from 25 January 2017 onward.

Following the cabinet's decision, Thai AirAsia (FD) announced the necessary addition of excise tax on fuel jet by 150 baht per passenger per flight for domestic destinations, reflecting the actual increased costs. The amended fares will be effective from 1 February 2017 onward.


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