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Delhi beats Dubai .. Gateway is sweet .. !! | Delhi pipped Dubai as the world’s second busiest airport in March

Delhi Airport

Delhi Airport is the second busiest airport in the world in terms of number of domestic and international flights handled in March, according to a report released by Official Airline Guide (OAG), a global travel data provider.

Atlanta

Atlanta

Atlanta Airport in the United States continues to hold its number one position in March. But Delhi Airport, which was ranked third last month in February, has overtaken Dubai Airport in March to take second place.

Corona infection

Corona infection

It is noteworthy that Delhi Airport was ranked 23rd in March 2019 before the Corona infection. Atlanta Airport handled 4.42 million passengers in the United States, Delhi Airport 3.61 million passengers and Dubai Airports in the United Arab Emirates 3.55 million passengers (seats) as of March.

Travel restrictions

Travel restrictions

The COVID-19 epidemic has hit the world hard. Travel restrictions continued to plague the travel and tourism industry for two years. In particular, foreign airlines were severely restricted and air border clearances were suspended.

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Vaccine protection

Vaccine protection

But now, the number of air passengers has increased as the number of people vaccinated worldwide has increased and the world has eased travel restrictions and allowed foreign airlines.

Air passengers

Air passengers

And with so many efforts being made to increase the number of air passengers in India, rising fuel prices have forced fares to rise. As a result, the number of first-time airline customers has plummeted.