Aviation data: Sector grows at 9% YoY after 4 years, falls by 1% MoM


Passenger growth in aviation sector grew the slowest in four years, at 9.1 percent – year-on-year- carrying 1.25 crore passengers in the month of January, 2019 as against 1.14 crore passengers in the same month last year, data released by the government showed.

According to numbers released by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), domestic airlines carried 1.25 crore domestic passengers in January 2019, down by 1.45 percent, from 1.26 crore passengers in December 2018. The last single digit growth in domestic air passenger traffic was registered in December 2014 at 9.7 percent. Since January 2015, domestic passenger traffic had seen a double digit growth. Read More…

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