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Indian carriers to carry half of the country’s international air traffic by 2023: Crisil

Indian carriers to carry half of the country’s international air traffic by 2023: Crisil

The share of Indian airlines in international passenger traffic originating from, terminating in, or transitioning through India is expected to surge 50 per cent by fiscal 2028 from 43 per cent in 2024, according to

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Over 150 aircraft grounded, may increase to 200 by 2024: CAPA India

Over 150 aircraft grounded, may increase to 200 by 2024: CAPA India

Over 150 aircraft belonging to Indian airlines are grounded, and that number could increase to 200 by March 2024, CAPA India said in its mid-year outlook on Monday. Indian carriers have a fleet of around

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India’s air traffic reaches 86% pre-Covid level in 2022, says IATA

India’s air traffic reaches 86% pre-Covid level in 2022, says IATA

The IATA (International Air of Transport Association), said that domestic traffic in India reached 85.7 per cent of its pre-Covid year level in 2022, despite the recovery in air travel continuing into December of the

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International passenger traffic at Indian airports to hit 80-85% of pre-Covid level: ICRA

International passenger traffic at Indian airports to hit 80-85% of pre-Covid level: ICRA

Credit ratings agency Icra revised upward its projection of international air passenger traffic at Indian airports at 80-85 per cent of the pre-pandemic volumes during this fiscal. The volume of such travellers has already touched

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DGCA withdraws preferential status for Air India in international traffic rights

DGCA withdraws preferential status for Air India in international traffic rights

According to a report by The Hindustan Times, two months after Tata Sons took control of Air India from the government, India’s former national carrier will no longer enjoy a priority in the allocation of

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