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Cathay Pacific profit nearly doubles as fuel cost falls

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By KELVIN CHAN

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The fuel surcharges are still in effect, they just call them "airline adjustments" and "carrier charges" now.

So, prices have stayed the same and in a cruel joke, will probably go up when fuel costs increase again.

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Record profits yet the conditions on board are far from ideal! Airlines still cram people into economy's minuscule seats. I have found flying long haul to actually be injurious to my health in such cramped conditions On my last long haul flight of 12 hours I also couldn't face what passes for food in economy-Only when off the plane could I eat.....

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Price of fuel goes up, price of tickets goes up the same week.

Price of fuel goes down, tickets might have small price reduction after 6 months to one year.

Not exactly fair is it!

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Depends where you fly. Osaka to London tickets are so cheap. Qatar and Cathay are about 85,000 yen over Christmas.

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Depends where you fly. Osaka to London tickets are so cheap. Qatar and Cathay are about 85,000 yen over Christmas.

That's before all the 'taxes and surcharges' are included, right?

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