India’s domestic air passenger traffic increased by 47.18% in June compared to May, with 31.13 Raku passengers traveling by air each month, data released by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) shows. I am.
Domestic air traffic in April was 57.25 Rakı, but during the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, it dropped to 21.15 Rakı in May.
Total domestic traffic was Rs 109 million between April and June, compared to Rs 233 million in the March quarter.
IndiGo carried 17.02 Rakı passengers in June, gaining a 54.7% share of the domestic market. Meanwhile, SpiceJet flew 2.81 Rakı passengers, occupying a 9% share of the market. Air India, a state-owned airline, carried 5.14 Rakı passengers a month and had a market share of 16.5%.
According to the data, the load factor or load factor was 62.7% for IndiGo, 71% for SpiceJet and 58.4% for Air India. The load factors for Go Air, Air Asia and Vistara were 70.9%, 54.4% and 60%, respectively.
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In on-time performance, IndiGo was at the top with 98.5%, followed by Air Asia with 98.2% and SpiceJet with 96.7%. Go Air was the lowest with 92.2% on-time performance.
Scheduled domestic airline on-time performances are calculated for four metro airports: Bangalore, Delhi, Hyderabad and Mumbai.
The aviation sector has been hit hard by travel restrictions in India and around the world due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
India resumed domestic passenger flights on May 25, last year after a two-month gap due to the coronavirus pandemic, but airlines are allowed to operate up to 65% of pre-pandemic domestic flights. It has been.
All airlines have opted for cost savings, such as reductions, unpaid leave, and layoffs, to survive the crisis.
Domestic air passenger numbers increased 47% in June: DGCA
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