Troubled carrier AirAsia India's Q3 loss widens on higher fuel cost
Updated : November 30, 2018 06:24 PM IST
Revenue rose 16 percent to Rs 458 crore in the three months ended September 30, the parent AirAsia Group Berhad said in an exchange filing.
AirAsia India's average seat kilometer or ASK, a measure of capacity, jumped 61 percent during the quarter but higher costs offset revenue it earned per seat.
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