Aviation turbine fuel (ATF) price was today hiked by 5.5 per cent for the fifth month in a row, but that of non-subsidised cooking gas (LPG) was cut by Rs 11 per cylinder, in line with global trends. ATF, or jet fuel price, in Delhi was increased by Rs 2,557.7 per kilolitre (kl), or 5.47 per cent
10.58 PM Nov 30th
if you look at current scenario, jet fuel price is already increased by 23.5% from January. So though crude sustains at current level, profitability will decrease. jet airways is already corrected from 796 to 430. SpiceJet will also correct once all retail investors get trapped. punters would sell
1.10 PM Nov 8th
hey netdo, the regime woke up and found its sheeple lack skills but are literate, now the regime plans to impart skills to its sheeple. the sheeple and the regime are kaput they just are not aware.why is flying mowgli grounded, looks like the regime cannot afford jet fuel and lodging costs
2.06 PM Oct 20th
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