It was on 18th February 1911, when the first commercial flight departed from Allahabad. Since that day, several other flights departed from India and arrived in India and interestingly, now, India is the third-largest civil aviation market in the world.
As of now, India has 22 national airlines and 132 airports. Every year, millions of passengers depart from India and arrive in India. According to FabHotels, in 2018, at least 139 million passengers flew from India.
So, usually, several people gather in airports. Let’s take a look at the 7 most busy airports of India and what facilities they offer to the passengers.
Hence, since 1911, the aviation market of India has flourished a lot and now government is also deciding to improve it further.
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