Domestic travel surges 27% to 8.9 million in October, shows data


Domestic air site visitors rose 27.1 per cent to 8.9 million on a sequential foundation, as festive season demand, elevated vaccination led to an increase in travel.

The authorities elevated the capability cap on operations to 85 per cent from 72.5 per cent. Seat occupancy for all airways confirmed development. SpiceJet reported the very best load issue of 82.2 per cent.

While IndiGo continues to retain the highest spot in market share, Go First overtook SpiceJet. Go First reported 9.8 per cent share in home site visitors as in contrast to 9 per cent of SpiceJet.

Dear Reader,

Business Standard has at all times strived laborious to present up-to-date data and commentary on developments which are of curiosity to you and have wider political and financial implications for the nation and the world. Your encouragement and fixed suggestions on how to enhance our providing have solely made our resolve and dedication to these beliefs stronger. Even throughout these troublesome occasions arising out of Covid-19, we proceed to stay dedicated to preserving you knowledgeable and up to date with credible information, authoritative views and incisive commentary on topical problems with relevance.

We, nonetheless, have a request.

As we battle the financial impression of the pandemic, we want your assist much more, in order that we are able to proceed to give you extra high quality content material. Our subscription mannequin has seen an encouraging response from lots of you, who’ve subscribed to our on-line content material. More subscription to our on-line content material can solely assist us obtain the targets of providing you even higher and extra related content material. We consider in free, honest and credible journalism. Your assist via extra subscriptions can assist us practise the journalism to which we’re dedicated.

Support high quality journalism and subscribe to Business Standard.

Digital Editor

First Published: Fri, November 19 2021. 01:55 IST