Air India’s 2008-09 loss is now expected to be even larger than earlier estimates

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The National Aviation Company of India (NACIL), the holding company which runs the international and domestic arms of flag carrier Air India, is expected to register a larger than expected loss of about INR5,000 crore (USD1.04 billion) for the fiscal year ended 31-Mar-09.

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