Monday, June 15, 2020

Chandigarh: Flights arriving with 91% occupancy in six days

Mohali: With 1,000 passengers arriving and departing and 12 flights operating daily on an average, the Chandigarh international airport is slowly regaining momentum.
Flights are now departing with 80% occupancy and arriving with 91% occupancy since the last six days. According to the data provided by the Airports Authority of India, 2,978 passengers arrived and 2,686 departed in the six days. A total of 65 flights operated from June 10 to 14.

On Sunday, seven flights operated in which 386 passengers arrived and 328 departed, with a footfall of 714. On Saturday, 16 flights operated in which 915 passengers arrived and 765 departed, with a footfall of 1,680.

The occupancy has increased gradually at the airport since operations restarted on May 25. During the first two weeks, the flight operators were operating with very meagre occupancy. Only 2,376 passengers had arrived in 31 flights, an occupancy of 42%, and 1,433 had departed with 26% occupancy.

Maximum passengers are arriving from Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Dharamshala and Srinagar.
IndiGo, Air India, Air Asia, GoAir and Air Vistara have been operating their flights from Chandigarh to various destinations.
15/06/20 Times of India
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