March 2022: Battle for second place in Indian skies continues

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) declared the traffic statistics for March, coming just days after the country recorded its highest post COVID passenger traffic which led to crossing of 4 lakh passenger mark for the first time since restart of civil aviation.  March saw Aviation Turbine Fuel (ATF) at new highs, which have … Continue reading March 2022: Battle for second place in Indian skies continues

Indian domestic air traffic grew at 3.74% in 2019; a turbulent year comes to an end

Domestic air traffic in India recorded a growth of 3.74% in 2019, after double digit growth for the preceding four years to close 2019 with 1441.71 lakh (144.17 million) passengers as compared to 1389.76 lakh passengers in 2018. The year was characterized by the fall of Jet Airways in April. The last year’s prediction on … Continue reading Indian domestic air traffic grew at 3.74% in 2019; a turbulent year comes to an end