Udaipur Airport: 13.68 Lakh air passengers in 11 months

Udaipur Airport: 13.68 Lakh air passengers in 11 months

11,729 Aircraft movements recorded...

 
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The number of air travellers at Maharana Pratap Airport in Dabok, Udaipur, is steadily increasing, with a continuous rise in air traffic even on a monthly basis. In the period from January to November, a total of 1,368,807 individuals have opted for air travel from Dabok Airport. There have been a total of 11,729 aircraft movements during this timeframe. This surge in both passenger numbers and aircraft activity highlights the growing prominence and usage of Maharana Pratap Airport.

The festival season typically sees a surge in the number of air travellers here. Looking at the current statistics for November, 136,065 passengers have opted for air journeys, marking an increase of nearly 11,000 compared to the previous month, October. This upward trend is also evident in aircraft movements, with 1182 recorded in November, a notable rise from the slightly over 125 movements in October.

It appears that the festive season has played a significant role in boosting both passenger and aircraft activity, making November a notably bustling month for air travel at Maharana Pratap Airport in Dabok, Udaipur.

Dabok Airport encounters substantial passenger traffic in both January and March. In the current year, the number of travellers surpassed one and a half million in January and February, while in March, the figure is close to or possibly exceeds 1.40 lakh passengers. Returning to November, the count has reached close to 1.36 Lakh passengers.

Currently, Udaipur has been allocated 22 flights to ten cities from Dabok Airport as part of the winter schedule. This schedule will remain in operation until March 30,2023. The flights connect Udaipur to key destinations, including Delhi, Mumbai, Bhopal, Indore, Jaipur, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Surat, and Rajkot.

Source: Dainik Bhaskar

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