India registered double-digit growth in domestic air passenger traffic for the 54th consecutive month in February, global airlines' body IATA said Thursday.
RPK is a measure of passenger volumes.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) said annual growth in industry-wide RPKs eased to 5.3 per cent in February, broadly in line with its long-run average rate of growth.
"For India, this marks the 54th consecutive month of double-digit domestic RPK growth. A generally solid economic backdrop combined with continued growth in the number of airport pairs have all contributed to this sustained growth performance," it said.
India is one of the fastest-growing domestic aviation markets in the world.
"While overall economic confidence appears to be softening, aviation continues to deliver solid results, helping to sustain global commerce and the movement of people," he added.