Mumbai-Delhi sector was the third-busiest domestic air route in 2017, according to data published by UK-based OAG Aviation Worldwide. There were a total of 47,462 flights on the sector last year, as per the report published by the air travel intelligence company.
At 64,991 flights, the busiest domestic air route in 2017 around the world was between South Korean island Jeju and the country’s capital Seoul. This sector overtook Australia’s Melbourne-Sydney route, which recorded 54,519 flights.
The other two Indian domestic routes that found a place on OAG’s Top 20 Busiest Domestic routes list are Bengaluru-Delhi, ranked 11 on the list with 29,427 flights, and the Bengaluru-Mumbai route ranked at 16 with 23,857 flights.