The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) declared the traffic statistics for September this afternoon. Domestic air traffic crossed the 1 crore mark again with 1 crore 3 lakh (103.55 lakh) passengers flying in September 2022. This is an increase of 2.14% over August. However, August had 31 days while September had 30 and thus … Continue reading Air India gains momentum in September, industry set up for a great winter!
Akasa Air’s first month of operations Vistara loses passengers and market share after a splendid July Air India records better OTP than IndiGo The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) declared the traffic statistics for August this afternoon. Domestic air traffic crossed the 1 crore mark again with 1 crore 1 lakh passengers (101.16 lakh) … Continue reading August 2022: Passenger numbers cross the 1 crore mark again, no impact of capacity cap on SpiceJet
Airlines in India carried a total of 74.76 lakh passengers amongst them in February 2016. Thanks to 2016 being a leap year, the extra day in February helped the airlines clock a growth of over 24%, a little higher than the average 20% which the industry has seen for the last 13 months. The script … Continue reading Leap year helps higher growth in February 2016
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
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