Mumbai Airport - Traffic decline shows signs of stabilising in Apr-2009

Passenger numbers at Indian airports appear to be showing signs of stabilising, falling 10.7% year-on-year in Apr-2009, according to the latest Airports Authority of India (AAI) traffic report for Apr-2009. AAI reports total passenger numbers at Mumbai Chattrapati Shivaji International Airport, which has been showing signs of recovery since Dec-2008, fell 14.0% year-on-year to just over 1.9 million passengers. Domestic traffic declines continue to outpace international reductions, down 17.7% to 1.3 million passengers.

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