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India's domestic air passenger traffic fell by 11.8% in March due to coronavirus outbreak: IATA
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India's domestic air passenger traffic fell by 11.8% in March due to coronavirus outbreak: IATA

Indian domestic air passenger traffic fell by 11.8 percent in March as compared to the corresponding month last year, indicating the impact of COVID-19 on the country's aviation sector, stated global airlines body IATA on Wednesday

Domestic air passenger traffic up by 8.98% in February on rising demand; AirAsia India tops in on-time performance: DGCA
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Domestic air passenger traffic up by 8.98% in February on rising demand; AirAsia India tops in on-time performance: DGCA

Domestic air passenger traffic in February increased by 8.98 percent to 12.36 million as compared to the same period last year, according to data released on Wednesday by aviation regulator DGCA

Domestic air passenger traffic growth at 11.2% in November after growing to single digit number till October: DGCA
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Domestic air passenger traffic growth at 11.2% in November after growing to single digit number till October: DGCA

The 12 domestic carriers, including full-service carriers Air India and Vistara and budget carriers Indigo, Spicejet, GoAir and AirAsia India together have flown 11.6 million passengers in November.

Airfares expected to rise 7-9% this fiscal, highest since 2013; limited capacity additions since Jet Airways was grounded: Crisil
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Airfares expected to rise 7-9% this fiscal, highest since 2013; limited capacity additions since Jet Airways was grounded: Crisil

Domestic passengers traffic is expected to grow 6-8% in FY20, as against a healthy 19% growth registered in the year ended March 2019 on account of non-revival of Jet Airways

Domestic air passenger traffic grows by 3.0% in July; IndiGo maintains lead position with 47.8% share
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Domestic air passenger traffic grows by 3.0% in July; IndiGo maintains lead position with 47.8% share

With the tourist season coming to an end, the domestic air passenger traffic in July increased by just 3.01 percent compared to July last year, according to the data released by aviation regulator DGCA on Thursday

In a first, domestic air passenger traffic breaches 10-million mark in October
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In a first, domestic air passenger traffic breaches 10-million mark in October

Reacting to the numbers, leading travel portal Yatra.com said the passenger traffic has remained strong as a result of increased passenger load in the peak festive season