Getting a flight is going to get more expensive thanks to surcharges
We showed you how miserable booking flights with Jet2 was, right? They sneaked in loads of hidden costs and generally wanted to wank you for as many coins as possible.
Well, charges are becoming incredibly popular and the annual family holiday overseas may become just too expensive to consider.
The UK's biggest holiday companies have all announced that fuel surcharges are going to come into play, which could well mean that as much as £160 could be added to the price of your trip.
Big guns like Thomson and Thomas Cook are adding surcharges, ranging from £15-£40 a person depending on the type of flight. If this lot are doing it, it will only be a matter of time before everyone else starts doing it.
Thomas Cook has applied surcharges for all new bookings and it's reported that Thomson and First Choice will apply theirs on 4th March.
Short haul flights will see a charge of £15 per person and longer flights will see a charge of £40 per person. It all tots up if you're a family of four travelling somewhere.
Ian Ailles, chief executive of Thomas Cook UK & Ireland, said: "We've worked hard to keep the impact of the rising fuel costs on our holidaymakers to a minimum, but the fuel levy is an unavoidable result of the rising price of oil."