Articles Tagged ‘Indian airports’
India now #5 country for air travel; passes Germany for airport traffic with over 250m passengers in 2016; IndiGo’s 40% domestic share
India’s airports welcomed over 40 million extra passengers in 2016, representing growth of 20% compared with 2015. We look at the leading airports, compare international and domestic growth and reveal the market shares of the leading domestic airlines.
Indian domestic market growing at 20% in 2016; IndiGo celebrates 10th anniversary and reaches 111 aircraft; Air Pegasus grounded
Domestic air travel demand in India is growing fast. We reveal the latest market share trends among Indian carriers and also reveal which are the fastest-growing airports for international traffic.
Goa International now India’s tenth busiest airport; demand up almost 20% in last year; AirAsia drops KL
A part of India that was under Portuguese rule for over 400 years (until 1961), Goa is a popular tourist destination. We reveal how quickly traffic has grown in the last decade and the airport’s leading airlines and routes.
Air Pegasus and TruJet latest carriers to launch domestic operations in India; domestic growth fastest since 2011; IndiGo heads for 100 planes
India’s domestic market has seen the number of airlines grow from six in 2013 to 11 at the end of 2015. We reveal how the newcomers are performing and how quickly the market overall is growing. Plus a round-up of new international services.
Hyderabad Rajiv Gandhi Airport breaks through the 10-million passenger milestone; AirAsia, Gulf Air, TruJet and Vistara are newest carriers
India’s sixth busiest airport is growing fast. Passenger numbers are up 26% in the first half of 2015. IndiGo is the leading carrier with 40% of seats, and Dubai is the leading international route. We reveal the rest of the top 12 airlines and routes.
India’s airlines are taking advantage of low fuel prices and going through a period of rapid growth. We reveal the shifts in domestic market share, the top 15 Indian airports and which are the leading international carriers.
Kempegowda International Airport Bengaluru now India’s third busiest with almost 15 million passengers thanks to AirAsia India’s arrival
Bengaluru’s airport grew by 13% in 2014 thanks to AirAsia India’s first base. We reveal the airport’s seasonality profile, leading airlines and leading routes. Plus, which are the leading onward destinations via Emirates’ Dubai service.
AirAsia India and Vistara bring further competition to Indian market; domestic traffic up almost 20% in September to November period
Demand for air travel in India is booming once again. After a quiet start to 2014, domestic passenger numbers are growing at double-digit rates. We reveal the change in airline market share during 2014 and look at which airports are growing fastest for domestic and international passengers.
India’s airlines may not be the most financially healthy in the world, but that isn’t stopping them from achieving reasonable growth in the second quarter of 2014. We reveal which airports are growing fastest for domestic and international traffic and what share of the market AirAsia India has so far managed.
Indian airports serve 169 million passengers in last year; passenger numbers up 6% as AirAsia India prepares to launch
India’s air travel market faces economic and currency-related issues, but still grew by 6% during the last year. We look at which airports are growing fastest, what the trends in international and domestic growth are, and reveal which carriers are growing fastest in serving the Indian international market.
Despite being a fast-growing emerging economy, India’s air travel market declined during the last 12 months. We reveal how differently the domestic and international markets are performing, and which airports have performed best. Plus we show how each carrier’s share of the domestic market has changed in recent months.
India’s fifth busiest facility, Kolkata Airport has grown at an average rate of 12% since 2006, powered largely by the growth of the domestic segment. But with international capacity up 45% this April, it is rapidly becoming the next driver of growth.