Hyderabad Airport reports largest fall in traffic of all Metro airports

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Airports Authority of India (AAI) reported another fall in total passenger numbers at Hyderabad Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (GHIAL) in Apr-2009, declining 20.8%, to 461,009 passengers, the largest decrease of all Metro airports. As with other Metro airports, domestic traffic fell again during the month, down 27%, to 336,563 passengers, while international traffic increased 3.2%, to 124,446 passengers.

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