New Delhi, November 16 (Language) The number of domestic air passengers in the country increased by about 11 percent on an annual basis in the month of October to 1.26 crore. This information has been received from official data released on Thursday.
The number of air passengers on domestic routes in October, 2022 was 1.14 crore, while in September, 2023 this figure was 1.22 crore passengers.
These figures from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) show that IndiGo carried 79.07 lakh passengers in the month of October. In this way, IndiGo’s share in the domestic aviation market increased to 62.6 percent, which is slightly less than the 63.4 percent share in September.
Last month, Air India’s domestic market share increased to 10.5 percent whereas in September it was 9.8 percent. At the same time, the market share of Vistara and AirAsia India (renamed AIX Connect) declined to 9.7 percent and 6.6 percent respectively in October.
SpiceJet’s market share increased from 4.4 per cent in September to five per cent in October while Akasa Air’s share remained unchanged at 4.2 per cent.
DGCA said, “The total number of passengers traveled by domestic airlines during January-October, 2023 stood at 1,254.98 lakh, compared to 988.31 lakh in the same period last year. This represents an annual growth of 26.98 percent and a monthly growth of 10.78 percent.
According to government data, a total of 30,307 passengers were affected by flight cancellations in October while 1,78,227 passengers were affected by flight delays.
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