Indian Aviation records 20% growth in 2015

A splendid year for Indian Aviation culminated with a growth of 20.34% for the industry. A total of 810.91 lakh passengers flew in 2015, with the maximum of those being carried by market leader IndiGo. December carried the maximum passengers in 2015 for all airlines put togeather at 77.1 lakh. There were a lot of … Continue reading Indian Aviation records 20% growth in 2015

November sees highest passengers carried in 2015 by airlines in India

Ten Indian carried a total of 73.22 lakh passengers in November 2015, the most in any single month in 2015 as Indian aviation continued to record 20% + growth in passenger numbers. Spicejet continued its trend of recording 90%+ load factor for seventh consecutive month as it recorded 90.7%, a slight dip, which probably is … Continue reading November sees highest passengers carried in 2015 by airlines in India

Spicejet clocks fifth consecutive month with 90%+ load factors

Air traffic in India continued to grow at breakneck speed as 66.66 lakh passengers flew in September’15, revealed the data released by Indian Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on 20th October’15. The YoY growth from January to September has been 20.1% with 590.21 lakh passengers having flown in 2015 as compared to 491.44 lakh … Continue reading Spicejet clocks fifth consecutive month with 90%+ load factors

Leading the pack yet again – IndiGo now corners 36.4% market share

Summarizing 2014 2014 was a year of mixed emotions for Indian Aviation. The industry returned to growth after a brief hiatus post the fall of Kingfisher Airlines and in the latter half of the year saw reduction in prices of Aviation Turbine Fuel (ATF) on global cues.  With this came the unprecedented but widely forecasted … Continue reading Leading the pack yet again – IndiGo now corners 36.4% market share

Dream run continues for airlines in India

Airlines in India carried an impressive 76.55 lakh passengers in the first month of 2016, a growth of 22.58% on Year on Year (YoY) basis. This growth continues to be driven by lower fuel prices making flying affordable and increased capacity in the market. The country saw 20% more domestic departures and 22% higher ASKMs … Continue reading Dream run continues for airlines in India