Indian domestic airlines carry 24% incredible growth in Dec 2016

Indian domestic airlines carry 24% incredible growth in Dec 2017

Indian domestic air passenger traffic broken its own record of 23.5 of Sep by 24% in Dec 2016. In December 2016 air traffic increases to 95.52 lakh from 77.09 lakh registered during the same period of 2015.

DGCA announced that IndiGo flew 38.48 lakh passengers in Dec 2015 retaining its position as market leader in terms of maximum number of passengers carried by a single airline in a month. Jet Airways took the second spot having carried 14.60 lakh passengers followed by Air India (13.35 lakh passengers) and SpiceJet (12.10 lakh passengers).

However, domestic travel demand in 2016 touched nearly 100 million mark, with the Indian airlines flying a total of 99.88 million passengers between the Jan-Dec period of 2016 as compared to 81 million in 2015, an increase of 23.18% over 2015.

Aggregate growth of domestic air traffic is 23.18% which makes India world’s fastest aviation market in the world. Because of this every international aviation company wants to deal with India. Every international brand wants to collaborate with Indian airlines.

Resulting in next year’s there will hues required of technical engineers to handle the need of airlines, general aviation and MRO industries.

This is the perfect time to make career in aviation industry. AME is the hottest job in aviation industry. AME is responsible for safety, security & maintenance of the aircraft, helicopter and other flying machines. They are specially trained to carry out complex maintenance process including Periodic Maintenance Programme to meet the Aircraft Manufacturing Requirements.

An AME also certified and issue Flight Release Certificate after carryout approved maintenance process. It is so important that no aircraft will fly without proper certification and Flight Release Certificate issued by a qualified Aircraft Maintenance Engineer.

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