Domestic air passenger volume spikes 70.5% to 89.85 lakh in October

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MUMBAI: Domestic air passenger quantity spiked 70.46 per cent in October to 89.85 lakh over the identical month of 2020, DGCA information confirmed on Thursday.
The Indian carriers had flown 52.71 lakh passengers in October final yr.
It could be recalled that home visitors together with worldwide flight companies remained shut for 2 months till Could 25, 2020, when scheduled air companies have been resumed in a graded method.
Scheduled worldwide flight operations to and from India stay suspended as of now.
IndiGo in October 2021 flew 48.07 lakh passengers, accounting for 53.5 per cent of the overall home visitors.
Whereas, Air India, which is now set to go to its new proprietor Tata Group, transported 10.61 lakh passengers with an 11.8 per cent market share, in keeping with information.
Full-service provider Vistara, which is the Tata-SIA three way partnership airline, flew 6.96 lakh passengers throughout October, cornering 7.8 per cent of the overall pie.
Price range provider AirAsia India carried 5.72 lakh passengers within the earlier month and had a market share of 6.4 per cent, in keeping with DGCA information.
The 2 different carriers – Go First (erstwhile GoAir) and SpiceJet – transported 8.84 lakh and eight.10 lakh passengers, respectively, in October 2021, weaning away 9.8 per cent and 9 per cent share of the overall domestic passenger visitors.
When it comes to common on-time efficiency or time punctuality in operations from the 4 key airports — Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad and Bengaluru, market chief IndiGo delivered the very best OTP at 88.8 per cent flowed by Vistara with 88.1 per cent and AirAsia India 86.9 per cent, as per information.

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