Magazine of Hospitality,Aviation,Travel & Tourism


[ Founder: Late Mr. L.K.Bakhshi ]

Vol.19-Issue-09Registration No.RNI-69312/98

Alwar Bagh

Alwar Bagh resort is equipped with 32- air-conditioned luxury rooms, clustered in Villas and Haveli, Multi cuisine restaurant, swimming pools located amidst lush green gardens offering a panoramic view of the natural surroundings, amusement park for children and a conference hall. Rajasthani folk dances and songs are organized every evening. The banqueting facilities are extended on a defined area for wedding functions, parties and picnics. Spa facilities include Body Therapies, Hand & Foot Care and Face Vitality & Body Polishes which bring a sense of well-being and relaxation.




As per the PTI report, India’s domestic air passenger traffic registered a growth of 15.63% in August over the same period last year as the local airlines managed to fill larger proportion of aircraft seats to produce an average 83.94% seat factor in the month. All Indian carriers together flew 9.69 million passengers in August this year as against 8.38 million passengers in the same month last year, thereby registering a growth of 15.63% August 2016, according to the monthly traffic data released by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) today. The 15.63% growth in traffic was up from 12.43% growth registered last month, over July 2016, when India lost the tag of the highest growing aviation market in the world to China.

The passengers carried by domestic airlines during January to August 2017 were 754.11 lakh as against 644.68 lakh during the corresponding period of previous year, a growth of 16.97%, according to the DGCA data. Though budget carrier IndiGo remained the market leader by having flown the maximum number of passengers at 36.78 lakh, its market share further declined to 38% in August as against 38.7% in the previous month. IndiGo was followed by full-service carrier Jet Airways with 15.38 lakh passengers and SpiceJet which flew 13.59 lakh passengers during the month, as per the DGCA data. The national carrier Air India, which is  in  the  process of disinvestment, transported 12.82 lakh passengers with a market share of 13.2%. SpiceJet reported the highest passenger load factor (PLF) or seat utilisation for the 29th consecutive month at 94.5%. On the other hand, IndiGo was at the top in terms of its on-time performance (OTP) with 86.6% of its flights arriving and departing as per schedule.


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