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You don't want the water in fuel to freeze at cruising altitudes and clog the nozzles etc and stop the turbines.
I believe, the basic (initial) production cost is almost same for all fuels. It is the vis-breaking / catalytic cracking of fuels which affects the price differences more.
The diesel seems to be cheaper to produce, but the price difference should't be so high. I think, it should be about Rs 7~10 per litre.
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