India’s airline passenger traffic has fallen about 16% in October compared to a year ago, according to Directorate of Civil Aviation. The decline marks the sixth straight month of falling traffic despite capacity remaining largely flat. India's air travel numbers had registered double-digit growth over the past several years. October data shows airlines flew 4.5 million passengers compared to 5.4 million in the year-ago month. Analysts say the slowdown is largely because of ...

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