Air India's loss widens to Rs 57 bn in FY17 from Rs 38 bn in FY16

Air India's provisional loss for FY17 was Rs 37.28 bn; officials say the inflation in losses is likely due to certain non-disclosures by the company in the provisional figures


New Delhi
Contrary to popular belief that Air India made a turnaround under the current National Democratic Alliance government, figures show that its loss widened instead. According to figures provided in Parliament

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First Published: Feb 9 2018 | 1:09 AM IST

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