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Airports Authority of India: Domestic passenger growth leads Indian traffic recovery


Airports Authority of India (AAI) reports passenger numbers across India increased 22.4% year-on-year in Sep-2009. Domestic passenger traffic jumped 28.9% higher, to 6.7 million passengers. This is the fourth consecutive monthly increase, following 12 consecutive monthly declines between Jun-2008 and May-2009. [1620 words]

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  • “Remarkable” increase in domestic cargo volumes
  • Aircraft movements stable
  • Considering plans to raise debt, as AAI suspends plans to issue infrastructure bonds
  • 32 AAI airports are non-operational
  • 601 employees opt for voluntary retirement

Graphs and data:

  • Airport Authority of India (AAI) international passenger number and domestic passenger number growth: Sep-2008 to Sep-2009
  • Airport Authority of India (AAI) international cargo and domestic cargo growth: Sep-2008 to Sep-2009
  • Airport Authority of India (AAI) aircraft movements: Sep-2008 to Sep-2009
  • AAI completed airport projects: Dec-2009
  • AAI projects to be completed in FY2009/10: Dec-2009
  • AAI non-operational airports: Dec-2009
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