Gas prices will remain virtually unchanged at Army and Air Force Exchange stations throughout Europe when the pumps open for business on Saturday.

A gallon of regular unleaded will cost $3.375 a gallon in Germany, down nine-tenths of a penny.

Other grades of fuel — super unleaded and super plus — will go down even less.

Diesel prices will increase 1.4 cents a gallon.

AAFES’ prices are set by using the Department of Energy’s stateside averages, plus the cost of dispensing fuel in Europe.

Motorists in the Netherlands will get the biggest break, where super unleaded decreases 7.6 cents a gallon.

Prices in the Netherlands are set at the “floor†selling price.

At floor prices, AAFES sells fuel at the cost it pays plus its distribution costs.

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