Air passenger growth falls by nearly 4% in April, says aviation regulator
Updated : May 17, 2018 06:21 PM IST
The domestic air passenger growth for April has slipped by nearly 4% to 24.41% compared to the March passenger growth of 28.03%, a DGCA report stated.
The passenger growth for the January-March period remains higher than that of the growth to the same period last year.
One of the major reasons for this mild slip in the air passenger growth could be that flyers were facing issues in dealing with the airlines. Most passengers, 63.9% to be exact, complained of the airline's customer service.
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