Domestic air traffic grows 15.7% in February


Domestic air traffic rose 15.7  per cent in February, ending thirteen months of 20 per cent plus growth. Domestic airlines flew 8.6 million people last month compared to 7.4 million in February 2016, a leap year.
Analysts said demand  remained intact and slower growth last month was not a cause of concern. “The growth is 19 per cent if you account for the fact that last year was a leap year. so an extra day in the base. Read more
Credits:business-standard.com

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