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Surcharges


General Information
Terminal Surcharge
Canadian Navigational Surcharge

General Information
Surcharges are indicated as "Q" or "YQ" / "YR" on the ticket. Surcharges may not be applicable to all fares, and the amount may vary by market. The rules display will state which surcharges are applicable to the fare.

Surcharges are assessed on each fare component.

Surcharges do not apply to the following passengers: passengers who are traveling on free tickets, including free AAdvantage® tickets; domestic passengers whose ticket does not reflect a broken fare from the surcharge city and infant passengers without a seat.

Note: The 7.50% tax on surcharge does not normally apply for itineraries involving transportation over international waters.

Terminal Surcharge

St. Thomas (STT) and St. Croix (STX)

$6.50 one way
$13.00 round trip

Terminal surcharges are for passengers who are traveling between STT or STX and the contiguous United States, Alaska, Hawaii and San Juan (SJU).

A $10.00 USD surcharge applies for passengers who are traveling to STT or STX from the following areas and whose itinerary includes a broken fare in STT and STX to SJU: Anguilla, Antigua, Barbados, British Virgin Islands, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Haiti, Martinique, Netherlands Antilles, Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Trinidad Tobago, Caracas and Venezuela.  

Canadian Navigational Surcharge
For travel between Canada and the United States, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands, a $7.50 CAD navigational surcharge applies for travel.

For transpacific and western hemisphere travel between Canada and all international points, except Japan, Guatemala, Panama, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Peru, Venezuela, Colombia and Chile, a $15.00 CAD navigational surcharge applies for travel.


 


Updated October 24, 2013

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