Sunday, March 07, 2021

India’s first private jet terminal in Delhi sees 25% growth since launch in middle of pandemic

New Delhi: The Indian aviation industry may still be reeling from the impact of the pandemic, but the new terminal for private jets and chartered flights in the national capital has seen surge since its launch nearly six months ago.

The Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL), a GMR Group-led consortium that runs the Indira Gandhi International Airport, launched India’s first General Aviation Terminal (GAT), meant specifically for chartered flights, on 18 September 2020.

The GAT has seen 25 per cent growth since its launch — from 96 passengers per day earlier to around 120 now, according to company data.

The domestic-to-international passenger travel ratio stands at 90:10. The number of air traffic movements per day is also up from 24 in September 2020 to 30 now, the data showed.

07/03/21 Taran Deol/Print

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