The number of air travelers increased in August, with domestic air traffic increasing by 23 percent.

Domestic air traffic in August 2023: The number of air travelers in India is continuously increasing. According to the data released by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), the number of air passengers in India has increased by 22.81% in August 2023 compared to the previous year. According to data released by DGCA on September 14, 1.24 crore passengers traveled by domestic air across the country last month. Whereas in the previous year i.e. August 2023, this number was 1.01 crore.

The dominance of this airline

Domestic low-cost airlines Indigo also scored a hit this month. In August 2023, a total of 78.67 lakh passengers have reached their destination through IndiGo. In such a situation, the total market share of this airline has become 63.3 percent. While in July 2023, the share of Indigo was 63.4 percent. In such a situation, its shares have seen a slight decline of 0.1 percent. After that, the name of Vistara is second. Its total share has been 9.8 percent. Vistara’s market share was 8.4 percent last month. SpiceJet’s market share has increased to 4.4% from 4.2% in August 2023.

Also, AirAsia’s domestic market share has decreased compared to last month. It has come down from 9.9 percent to 9.8 percent. Along with this, Air India’s market share has decreased to 7.1% from 7.5% last month. Akasa Airlines’ share has declined to 4.2 percent from 5.2 percent.

Vistara was number one in this regard.

It is worth noting that Indigo has surpassed all airlines in terms of passenger numbers, but Vistara has taken the number one position in terms of load factor. Its load factor has been 91.3 percent. Along with this, IndiGo has secured the number one position by operating 89% of the total number of inbound and outbound flights in the country’s four major airports, Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru and Hyderabad.

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