A new report from Tata SIA Airlines, Maximising the contribution of aviation to the Indian Economy, has determined that 70% of international traffic to and from India opt for international carriers not Indian carriers. “The fact that 70 per cent people flying in and out of India opt for international airlines is something that is a concern for us. This is primarily because the Indian carriers have not been able to provide flight options in the international carrier,” said Mukund Rajan, Director at Vistara, a Tata-SIA joint venture company. The report has been shared with the civil aviation ministry, and
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