Foreign Airlines’ Operations In India To Increase By 3.05% In Winter Schedule
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Foreign Airlines’ Operations In India To Increase By 3.05% In Winter Schedule

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Foreign airlines' flight operations in India are going to increase by 3.05 percent this "winter schedule", which starts on Oct. 27 and ends on March 28, 2020, according to the data released by Directorate General of Civil Aviation.

"The data shows that in last year's winter schedule, foreign airlines operated 2,262 flights per week, which would increase by 3.05 percent to 2,331 flights per week in this year's winter schedule," said an official of DGCA. Last year's winter schedule was from Oct. 28, 2018 to March 24, 2019.

In total, 85 foreign airlines operated to and from India during last year's winter schedule as compared to 86 foreign carriers which would be operating in the same period this year, the official said.

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