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In March this year, air terminals in Atlanta in the US, Delhi in India and Dubai in the UAE dealt with 4.42 million, 3.61 million and 3.55 million seats, it referenced. The Delhi Airport was on 23rd spot in March 2019 preceding the pandemic, it added.

New Delhi: Delhi Airport was the world’s second most active air terminal in March as far as homegrown and worldwide flights dealt with, said Official Airline Guide (OAG), a worldwide travel information supplier, in its new report.

“While Atlanta holds its situation as biggest, Dubai is taken out of runner up this month (March) by Delhi which climbs from third spot last month (February),” the OAG’s report referenced.

The Delhi Airport was on 23rd spot in March 2019 preceding the pandemic, it added.

In March this year, air terminals in Atlanta in the US, Delhi in India and Dubai in the UAE dealt with 4.42 million, 3.61 million and 3.55 million seats, it referenced.

In an explanation, Videh Kumar Jaipuriar, CEO, Delhi Airport International Limited (DIAL), said, “Coronavirus pandemic had hit the world hard. Travel limitations had seriously impacted the movement and the travel industry areas for two back to back years.”

“Yet, presently, with the ascent in the quantity of immunized individuals across the world, states are facilitating travel limitations and gradually opening up their lines,” he said.

“India has last month opened its boundaries and permitted the passage of completely inoculated global voyagers into the country,” he said.

These means have to a great extent helped the movement and the travel industry and given a truly necessary lift to air travel, he said.