Air India’s passenger numbers recover ground, but at what price?

Air India enjoyed a continuation of its domestic traffic recovery in Feb-2009, with passenger numbers rising 11% year-on-year to 547,000. Yield data was not disclosed, but the carrier led an aggressive discounting campaign at the start of Jan-2009 that stimulated demand, particularly for travel the following month.

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