Indian Airlines To Operate 8% More Weekly Flights This Winter
During the winter schedule from October 29 to March 30 next year, Indian airlines are set to boost their weekly flight operations by 8%, as per the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA). Notably, Go First will be absent from the schedule due to ongoing insolvency proceedings.
The approved winter schedule involves a total of 23,732 weekly flights to and from 118 airports, with major carriers such as IndiGo and Air India significantly increasing their operations. The plan outlines adjustments for various airlines, with some showing reduced operations while others anticipate an increase.
The finalization of the winter schedule comes after the slot conference meeting in September, with clearance received from respective airport operators through the eGCA portal. India continues to demonstrate itself as a rapidly expanding civil aviation market with a notable surge in air traffic.
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