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Meaning of ‘YQ’ on airline tickets

I just found out that there is a code called YQ (and YR) in airlines tickets.

It actually means fuel surcharge, according to ehow.com. Maybe they were looking for a combination that would not appear anywhere in the English language.

Maybe I should have chosen a better twitter handle/wordpress.com subdomain. But it’s my name!

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