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Why not have fixed rates, indexed to the specific region that we fly in?
Posted by on 05 November 2011 05:36 PM
Indexing the fuel prices to "the specific region we fly in", as suggested, would be unworkable. There are 16 Auxiliary regions, with wide variations in fuel prices within many of those regions. Should the CG have 16 (or more) different fuel reimbursement schedules? What about flights which cross regional boundaries? What happens when fuel prices rise at a rapid pace in some regions, but not in others? Do some get updates, and others not? Who keeps track of all of this, and does all that updating? Such a plan would create many problems and errors in reimbursement. The CG requires one plan for reimbursement nationwide.

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