New Delhi: IndiGo’s parent InterGlobe Aviation on Wednesday said its quarterly earnings are expected to be hit due to decline in daily bookings, amid the coronavirus outbreak. Also Read - IndiGo Puts Cabin Crew on Home Observation After Hyderabad-Based Passenger Tests Positive For Coronavirus

“Over the past few days, however, week-on-week, we have seen a 15-20 per cent decline in our daily bookings,” it said in a release. Also Read - DGCA Asks IndiGo, GoAir to Replace 180 Unmodified PW Engines by End of May This Year

According to the release, the numbers could change from here based on how the situation evolves. Also Read - IndiGo Starts Operating Daily Direct Flights in Northeast Under UDAN

“We expect our quarterly earnings to be materially impacted because of the above. In addition, the rupee has also depreciated sharply which will have an adverse impact on our dollar-denominated liabilities primarily on account of capitalised operating leases,” it said.