January 2018 \ Business & Investment \ BUSINESS AND GOVERNANCE
Rise in India’s domestic air passengers

Domestic air passenger traffic rose to 1.12 crore in December 2017, up 16.99 per cent...

The data noted that IndiGo led the industry with 81.1 per cent punctuality rate (on-time performance) at the four major airports of Bengaluru, New Delhi, Hyderabad and Mumbai. It was followed by SpiceJet (78.4), Vistara (74.5) and Air India's domestic operations (70.8). The overall cancellation rate of scheduled domestic airlines for December 2017 stood at 0.81 per cent. In addition, the data disclosed that a total of 681 passenger-related complaints were received last month. “The number of complaints per 10,000 passengers carried for the month of December 2017 has been around 0.61,” the monthly analysis said.

The data revealed that IndiGo led the industry with the highest market share of 39.4 per cent, followed by Jet Airways (14.6), Air India (13.1), SpiceJet (12.7), and GoAir (9.6). AirAsia India had a market share of 4.4 per cent, followed by Vistara (3.7), JetLite (2.3) and Trujet (0.3).

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