A curious case of plenty

A major conundrum facing India’s aviation industry is the high growth rate of passenger traffic, both domestic and international.

CAPA, a highly regarded private consultancy, has predicted domestic traffic to grow at 14-16 per cent annually, while internationally, traffic is pegged to rise by 10-12 per cent from FY2020.

IATA has also predicted that India will be the third largest air passenger market by 2025. Read More

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