Govt may let airlines hedge fuel price risk

ATF prices for domestic operations include 10% Customs duty, 8% excise duty and sales tax.

Domestic airlines may soon be able to hedge their risk of jet fuel prices. The government is considering a proposal to allow Indian carriers to hedge the price risk of aviation turbine fuel (ATF) purchased from oil marketing companies in the country.

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One Response to “Govt may let airlines hedge fuel price risk”

  1. Deepak Dharwal Says:


    I am pursuing Masters of Science (Oil Trading) from University of Petroleum and Energy Studies Gurgaon. These days I am working on the project ‘ Prospects of fuel price risk management in aviation industry’. I want your kind assistance to provide me some relevant data regarding the project.
    Thankin You,

    warm regards,
    Deepak Dharwal

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