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Domestic air travellers dropped 8% in June

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As far as punctuality or on time performance was concerned, Air Asia India was at the top with 89.8% of its flights arriving or departing within 15 minutes of the scheduled time

As far as punctuality or on time performance was concerned, Air Asia India was at the top with 89.8% of its flights arriving or departing within 15 minutes of the scheduled time

Domestic airlines ferried 8.3% fewer passengers in June as compared with the previous month as the summer travel season drew to a close.

The month of June saw a total of 105 lakh passenger trips in June compared with 114 lakh in May. This also led to a drop in passenger load factor (PLF) or the average seats sold across airlines.

SpiceJet continued to have the highest PLF with 84.1% of its seats sold on an average, followed by Vistara (83.8%) and Go First (78.7%).

As far as punctuality or on time performance was concerned, Air Asia India was at the top with 89.8% of its flights arriving or departing within 15 minutes of the scheduled time. It was followed by Vistara (86.4%), IndiGo (84.5%).



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