The price of a 19 kg commercial LPG cylinder increased by Rs 250 on the first day of the month, April 1. It will now be available for Rs 2553 in Delhi. The price of a 14.2 kg domestic cylinder has remained unchanged for the time being. At the same time, after increasing the price nine times in the previous ten days, the price of gasoline and diesel remained unchanged today. In this period, the price has risen by Rs 6.40 per litre.
Jet fuel prices have also risen by up to 2%, making air travel more expensive.
19 kg commercial gas cylinder has a new price.
From today, refuelling a 19 kg LPG cylinder in Delhi will cost Rs 2253. It was refilled in Delhi for Rs 2012 on March 1st, but by March 22nd, it had dropped to Rs 2003. At the same time, instead of Rs 2087 in Kolkata, Rs 2351 will be required, and instead of Rs 1955 in Mumbai, Rs 2205 will be required starting today. It will now cost Rs 2406 instead of Rs 2138 in Chennai.
On March 22nd, the price of an LPG cylinder increased by Rs 50.
LPG customers have been experiencing inflation shocks since March 22. The price of non-subsidized domestic LPG cylinders increased by Rs 50 on this day, after there had been no change in the price of domestic LPG cylinders since October 6, 2021. Domestic LPG cylinders are being refilled at Rs 949.50 in Delhi, Rs 976 in Kolkata, Rs 949.50 in Mumbai, and Rs 965.50 in Chennai today, the first day of the new financial year.
On March 22, the price of a commercial cylinder dropped by 9 rupees.
The rate of a 19 kg commercial cylinder was increased by Rs 105 on March 1, and it was reduced by Rs 9 on March 22. At the same time, the price of a commercial cylinder increased by Rs 170 between October 2021 and February 1, 2022. On October 1, the cost of a commercial cylinder in Delhi was Rs 1736. It became 2000 rupees in November 2021, and 2101 rupees in December 2021. After that, in January 2022, it became cheaper again, and in February 2022, it was reduced to Rs 1907. It then increased to Rs 2253 on April 1, 2022.
Due to a 2% increase in the price of jet fuel, air travel will become more expensive.
This is fantastic news for air travellers. The price of jet fuel, also known as air turbine fuel (ATF), increased on April 1st. Jet fuel prices have risen by up to 2%, according to oil marketing companies. Following this, the price of jet fuel soared to an all-time high of Rs 1,12,924.83 per kiloliter.
For the seventh time in a year, prices have risen.
For the seventh time this year, ATF prices have risen. Prices in the capital, Delhi, have increased by 2%, to Rs 2,258.54 per kiloliter, with ATF prices reaching Rs 1,12,924.83 per kiloliter.