An air cargo company that serves much of Southwest Alaska has reduced the fuel surcharge it charges customers for freight shipments. The previous fuel surcharge put in place by Everts Air Cargo was 28-percent. Effective Monday the surcharge was decreased to 26-percent. In a written statement the company notes that they will continue to monitor fuel prices and will only increase the fuel surcharge when absolutely necessary. Everts Air Cargo serves 13 communities across the state including Dillingham, Iliamna, King Salmon, Kotzebue, Unalakleet, and Anchorage.