Airlines saw a sharp rebound in traffic with the decline of Covid cases and easing of restrictions
Domestic air traffic rose 20 per cent sequentially to 7.69 million in February, up from 6.4 million in January.
Airlines saw a sharp rebound in traffic with the decline of Covid cases and easing of restrictions. This was reflected in a jump in passenger load factors registered in February.
Tata Group airlines — Air India, AirAsia India and Vistara — saw an increase in market share in February. Air India, in its first month after disinvestment, registered a market share of 11.1 per cent. It took the second spot behind IndiGo, which commands over 50 per cent market share.
IndiGo registered the best on-time performance of 95.4 per cent.
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First Published: Mon, March 21 2022. 23:53 IST