Air India will fly 9 percent less weekly in this winter season as compared to 2019.
Recently, Tata Group bought Air India for 18 thousand crores. Now its operation has been handed over to Ratan Tata’s company. At present, its operation is with the government. Air India has decided to cut the domestic flight service by 9 percent this winter season. DGCA said that Air India will fly 9 percent less weekly in this winter season as compared to 2019.
Indian Airlines will operate 4.38 per cent fewer flights than the pre-pandemic level. DGCA has approved 22287 flights on a weekly basis. It will be operated from 108 airports in the country. DGCA has allowed maximum number of Indigo flight operations. On a weekly basis, IndiGo will operate 10243 flights, SpiceJet 2995 flights, GoFirst 2290 flights, Vistara 1675 flights and Air Asia 1393 flights. Air India will operate 2053 flights on a weekly basis.
SpiceJet cuts operations by 31 per cent
SpiceJet has cut weekly operations by 31 per cent. She will operate 2995 flights in a week. In winter 2019, she used to operate 4316 flights on a weekly basis. Vistara has registered a growth of 22 per cent in the domestic flight service. It will now operate 1675 flights on a weekly basis, which was earlier 1376 flights. Winter season has started which will end on 26 March 2022.
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