The Fiji carrier Air Pacific says it will need to make adjustments to compensate for fuel rise.
Air Pacific says it will cost them over 70 million US dollars compared to last year.
The Fiji Times reports that the Airline's chief executive John Campbell says the budget increase and unplanned costs of approximately 40 million dollars has contributed to the increase.
He says fuel now accounts for more than 40 per cent of the airline's total and costs to around 202 million dollars a year.
Mr Campbell said Air Pacific will continue to carefully manage their level of flying for maximum efficiency, changing the size of aircraft where possible, from larger to smaller, to match demand.