Indigo flies ahead of rivals in May, has almost 58% of domestic market

Tata-led Air India has seen its market share continuously decline since March as around 30 of its 113 aircraft have been grounded for varying periods

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Go First was the second largest airline in terms of market share behind IndiGo.

Arindam Majumder
Twelve million passengers flew in May 2022, 1 million more than the previous month and the best ever since scheduled domestic flights restarted in May 2020.

Tata-led Air India has seen its market share continuously decline since March as around 30 of its 113 aircraft have been grounded for varying periods due to lack of engine overhaul or non-availability of components and spares. These include aircraft from both the Airbus and Boeing fleet, such as Airbus A319, A320, and Boeing 777, and 787.

Go First was again the second largest airline in terms of market share behind IndiGo, which now

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First Published: Jun 23 2022 | 1:51 AM IST

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