Indian carriers hit hard by rupee depreciation

The falling rupee has forced Indian carriers to sharply increase domestic and international air fares. The depreciating currency has increased the price of aviation fuel, which is recorded in dollars, by almost 20% over the past four months. Indian carriers pay for spares and lease rentals in...

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