<p>New Delhi, September 7, 2019</p>.<div>State-owned oil marketing firms on Saturday evening resumed fuel supply to national carrier Air India at six airports.</div>.<div>Accordingly, the fuel supply which had been stopped on August 22 was restarted after an agreement was reached over payment obligations.</div>.<div>The OMCs led by the IndianOil had stopped jet fuel supply at six airports -- Ranchi, Mohali, Patna, Vizag, Pune and Cochin following non-payment of dues.</div>.<div>"The fuel supply to Air India was recommenced from Saturday evening at all the six airports. An agreement over payment obligations was reached," a senior official with an OMC told IANS here.</div>.<div>Currently, jet fuel accounts for the largest chunk of the operating cost for airlines.</div>.<div>IANS</div>.<p><span style="font-size: 14px;">(Our News Desk can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org)</span></p>. Did you like this story? .<a href="https://www.instamojo.com/netindian/support-netindian/">Make a donation</a>. and help us to serve you better.