Airline KLM Royal Dutch has announced it is cutting its fuel surcharges, after a fall in oil prices.
KLM had vowed to keep an eye on oil prices
The group said international fuel surcharges would fall by 5 euros ($6.34; £3.36), while the charge on flights in Europe would fall by 1 euro.
Oil prices have fallen to around $61 a barrel, after surging to record highs above $78 in July.
KLM last month promised to review oil prices and cut tariffs once oil prices dropped below $70 for 30 days in a row.
Airline fuel surcharges had been rising with oil prices, and KLM - which is part of Air France KLM - raised its fuel surcharge most recently on 10 August.
KLM's decision comes a day after the group's freight operation announced it was cutting its fuel charges, citing falling oil prices.