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Air India's future market share depends on aviation sector's probabilities

Its aim for a third of the domestic market by 2027 is contingent on a host of factors, many of them outside its control

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Air India | Vistara | Tata group

Deepak Patel  |  New Delhi 



Air India. Photo: Bloomberg
(Photo: Bloomberg)

Air India’s plan to increase its domestic market share from 8.5 per cent currently to 30 per cent in the next five years is contingent on various factors — including probable merger of all Tata Group’s airlines, speed of airport infrastructure growth, load factors in forward cabins, and growth of new airline and revamped .

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First Published: Mon, September 26 2022. 19:17 IST

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