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Travel, hotel industries stare at losses yet again- The New Indian Express

By Express News Service

NEW DELHI:  Domestic air passenger traffic is showing a declining trend since the resurgence of Covid-19 infection in India. According to data available, average daily domestic flight passengers stood at 2.51 lakh for the week ended on March 27, compared with 2.57 lakh in the preceding week. This average is further expected to go down as passenger count remains below the 2.5 lakh mark on most days. Domestic air traffic is unlikely to go back to the pre-Covid-19 levels anytime soon, believe industry experts.

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