Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Once unthinkable, Mumbai loses airport crown to Bengaluru

In August, Bengaluru airport saw 3,051 domestic departures, nearly double those of Mumbai, which clocked 1,527 departures. The gap widened in August, since July had seen Bengaluru clock 2234 domestic departures while Mumbai was at 1367.
But this is not the only change, the pecking order has got completely re-arranged since domestic flights resumed on 25th May 2020. For the last financial year, Mumbai ranked second in terms of domestic passenger numbers. Data released by Airports Authority of India (AAI) shows that the airport ranked fourth in July.
Read what led to the fall and how long this new order will last >>

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