International passenger capacity for India reduced by 89 percent so far this month due to the COVID-19 pandemic as compared to a “business-as-usual” scenario, according to the latest projections from the United Nations specialised agency for international civil aviation
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About 37 percent Indians on the other hand would take the transport with a lower carbon footprint–Railways, for example — if it is at par with air travel,
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Ranjan said the CISF has taken up this issue not only with the airport operators but also with the ministry of civil aviation and the home ministry.
Apart from enhanced aviation services to non-metro cities, the sector has also benefited from the rise in domestic disposable income levels
Currently, air travellers are required to possess a copy of their identity before entering the airport