India Tops Domestic Air Traffic Demand At 16.4 Per Cent: IATA


Indias domestic air passenger traffic grew by 16.4 per cent in November last year, topping the growth chart worldwide, global aviation body, the International Air Transport Association said today.

The IATA, comprising major air carriers, said India continued to witness double-digit growth for the 39th consecutive month.

Globally, the total revenue passenger kilometres (RPK) increased 8 per cent compared to November 2016 — the fastest growth rate in five months.

The available seat kilometeres (ASKs) or capacity grew by 6.3 per cent.

The ASK for India was at 10.4 per cent, second only to China where capacity grew by 12.9 per cent, according to the IATAs montly data. Read More…

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