New Delhi. Traveling by plane can be expensive now. In fact, due to the increase in international crude oil prices, the prices of ATF (Aviation Turbine Fuel) increased by 5.2 percent on Wednesday, after which ATF prices in the country reached a record high. Huh.
Petrol-Diesel Price: Petrol and diesel prices remained stable for the 103rd day
This is the fourth hike in ATF prices in less than two months, but the prices of vehicle fuels, petrol and diesel, remained stable for the 103rd day in a row. It is believed that due to the assembly elections in states like Uttar Pradesh and Punjab, the prices of petrol and diesel are not being increased. However, nothing has been said about this officially.
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ATF price reaches Rs 4,481.63 per kiloliter in Delhi
Public sector petroleum companies said that the price of ATF in the national capital Delhi has increased by Rs 4,481.63 per kiloliter or 5.2 percent to Rs 90,519.79 per kiloliter.
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ATF prices at record levels
This is the highest level of ATF. The ATF price was Rs 71,028.26 per kiloliter in August 2008, when the international crude oil price touched US$ 147 per barrel. The price of Brent crude oil was at $ 93.87 per barrel on Tuesday.
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