The aviation regulator DGCA announced on Friday that Indian carriers have boosted their domestic services by 10.1 percent to 25,309 weekly flights in the upcoming summer schedule, up from 22,980 previous season.
In the last 24 months, the COVID-19-induced travel limitations have had a negative impact on the Indian aviation industry. However, with COVID-19 cases on the decline, aviation travel has increased in recent weeks.
The summer timetable of Indian carriers has been finalised, according to the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), following a virtual meeting on airport slots conducted last month.
The summer schedule runs from March 27 through October 29. According to the DGCA
“It was discovered that 25,309 weekly departures to and from 112 airports had been finalised.
The scheduled airlines have proposed Gondia, Ziro, and Puducherry as new airports among the 112 airports.”
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