Articles Tagged ‘Indian traffic trends’

No longer a force in India? Kingfisher slips from first to fifth in domestic market in just four months

No longer a force in India? Kingfisher slips from first to fifth in domestic market in just four months

It may be on the verge of joining the oneworld alliance but India’s Kingfisher is going through some challenging times. How has its domestic market share evolved in the last three years? When did it start international services and how many destinations in how many countries does it currently serve?

Indian domestic traffic up 15% in Q2 2011; IndiGo launches first international flights to Dubai and Bangkok

Indian domestic traffic up 15% in Q2 2011; IndiGo launches first international flights to Dubai and Bangkok

Demand for domestic air travel in India continues to grow at an impressive rate but which airlines have been gaining (and losing) market share in recent months? Which reported the highest (and lowest) load factors in June, and which two carriers reported zero flight cancellations?

Indian domestic traffic up 21% in Q1 2011; Kingfisher and IndiGo neck-and-neck with almost 20% each of market

Indian domestic traffic up 21% in Q1 2011; Kingfisher and IndiGo neck-and-neck with almost 20% each of market

India’s domestic market growth shows no signs of slowing down, being up over 20% in the first quarter of 2011. But how are passenger numbers split between the seven domestic airlines? What is happening to international growth and which airline will soon be adding its 12th Indian destination?


Indian market regains its swagger; Jet Airways, Kingfisher, Indian Airlines and IndiGo all fighting to be domestic #1

Indian market regains its swagger; Jet Airways, Kingfisher, Indian Airlines and IndiGo all fighting to be domestic #1

How did Indian airports and Indian airlines fare in 2010? Which carriers gained and lost market share? How many Western European destinations are served non-stop (and by which carriers) and which serves the highest number of Indian airports?

Indian domestic air traffic still growing at more than 10%; Dubai the dominant destination for Middle East traffic

Indian domestic air traffic still growing at more than 10%; Dubai the dominant destination for Middle East traffic

The Indian market is still showing signs of healthy growth. What’s happening to the market share of the now seven main carriers active in the market? We take a closer look at capacity on routes to the Middle East to see what share Indian carriers have?

Indian domestic market up over 20% in 2010 Q2; Qatar Airways latest airline to expand international services

Indian domestic market up over 20% in 2010 Q2; Qatar Airways latest airline to expand international services

Air travel in India has been growing by more than 20% all year. Which airlines have gained (and lost) market share so far this year and which carrier has grown its international presence by 30% since April?