Bengaluru, Delhi, Hyderabad, and Mumbai were the four airports where Indigo had the best on-time performance.
In January, the condition was inverse as Go First had logged the best OTP of 94.5 percent at the four airports while IndiGo was at number two with 93.9 percent OTP.
Aviation regulator DGCA
IndiGo had the best on-time performance (OTP) of 95.4 percent at four metro airports in February, while Go First confirmed the number two position with 94.1 percent in the exact month, according to data released by aviation regulator DGCA.
“We are delighted to OTP consistently despite the most difficult situations. We have been able to improve our OTP to 95.4 percent in February 2022 from an annual monthly average of 93.5 percent in 2021,” an IndiGo agent informed PTI.
The spokesperson expressed that IndiGo will restart to complete its promise of “affordable, on-time, safe, and hassle-free journey knowledge” for its customers.
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Go First said
In a report, Go First told it has always been responsive to the customer need and provided enhanced experience accordingly.”A testament of our commitment to lead in punctuality, reliability, and customer satisfaction is Go First’s improved performance and it has registered zero customer complaints and cancellations besides delivering OTP consistently over several months,” the airline told.
Directorate General of Civil Aviation had said
Almost 76.96 lakh domestic passengers traveled by air in February, approximately 20 percent more than the 64.08 lakh who flew in January, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation had said on Monday.
The February figure is a sign that the domestic aviation market is recovering after the 43 percent dip that was observed in January due to the Omicron variant of coronavirus. In December last year, 1.12 crore domestic passengers had traveled by flight.
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