In the months of March and April, jet fuel has become cheaper by more than 12 percent in the country’s capital Delhi. Let us also tell you how much the cost of jet fuel including the country’s capital Delhi has become.
Jet fuel, also known as air turbine fuel, has become cheaper for the second consecutive month in the country’s capital as well as in other metros of the country. This decline has been seen due to the cheapness of crude oil in the international market. With this decline, along with the airline companies, the common people will also get a lot of relief. Companies can take steps to make air travel cheaper. In the months of March and April, jet fuel has become cheaper by more than 12 percent in the country’s capital Delhi. Let us also tell you how much the cost of jet fuel including the country’s capital Delhi has become.
Aviation turbine fuel prices fall
There has been a big decline in the price of Aviation Turbine Fuel i.e. ATF all over the country for the second consecutive month. The country’s capital Delhi has seen a drop in the price of ATF by Rs 9,400.68 per kiloliter, after which it has come down to Rs 98,349.59 per kiloliter. In the month of April, jet fuel has become cheaper by 8.72 per cent in Delhi.
Big drop in jet fuel price
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On the other hand, most have been seen in Mumbai. Here, jet fuel has become cheaper by almost 14 per cent at Rs 91,953.85 per kilolitre. Whereas in the month of February the price was Rs 1,06,695.61-91 per kiloliter. With a fall of Rs 9,862.35 per kiloliter in Kolkata, the price has come down to Rs 1,05,228.98 per kiloliter. At the same time, the price of ATF in Chennai has become cheaper by about 9 percent i.e. Rs 10,006.12 and has come down to Rs 1,02,491.87 per kiloliter.
Jet fuel became cheaper by more than 12 percent in Delhi in two months
Talking about the country’s capital Delhi, the price of jet fuel has come down by 12.40 percent in March and February together. In the month of February, there was an increase in the price of jet fuel. Then the price had come down to Rs 1,12,356.77 per kiloliter. Since then till now a decline of 14,007.18 kiloliters has been seen. Which is considered a big fall. According to the experts, if the price of crude oil continues to fall in the same way, then there can be a further decline in the price of jet fuel.
Common people can get relief
Common people can get a big relief due to ATF being cheap. Due to the cheapness of jet fuel, there is a reduction in the costing of aviation companies. The benefit of which can be seen getting to the common people. Companies can give relief to the common people by making their tickets cheaper. Let us tell you that the aviation sector was in a lot of trouble as soon as COVID started, which has been trying to recover for the last few months. There is also an increase in the number of air passengers.
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