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IndiGo Q2 loss widens to Rs 1,585 cr on higher fuel costs, forex losses

The company's loss widened to Rs 15.85 billion ($192.60 million) in the July-September quarter, from Rs 14.40 billion a year earlier

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Reuters Bengaluru
InterGlobe Aviation Ltd, the operator of India's top airline IndiGo, on Friday posted a bigger loss for the second quarter, hit by higher fuel prices and foreign exchange losses.
The company's loss widened to Rs 1,585 crore ($192.60 million) in the July-September quarter, from Rs 1,440 crore a year earlier.

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First Published: Nov 04 2022 | 4:52 PM IST

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