Domestic airlines record 9 per cent growth, Indigo retains number 1 position


The domestic airlines carried 1.25 crore passengers a nine per cent growth over the same period previously when the airlines had flown 1.14 crore passengers.

The latest data released by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) shows that the Delhi based low cost airline, IndiGo retained the number one position among all airlines carrying 53.22 lakh of the 1.25 crore passengers flown during January 2019.

SpiceJet, another Delhi based low cost airline, flew 16.66 lakh passengers followed Air India (15.30 lakh passengers) and Jet Airways (14.91 lakh passengers) while GoAir carried 10.88 lakh passengers. Air Asia flew 6.67 lakh passengers while Vistara flew 4.70 lakh passengers during the month. Read More…

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