No-frills airline IndiGo remained at the top spot in the domestic air travel market in November with more than one in four passengers preferring to travel with it.
National flag carrier Air India, on the other hand, continues to hold on to a fifth of the domestic air travel market.
While both Air India and IndiGo had gained market share from Jet Airways, Air India has failed to make the most of it. However, Air India has improved its on-time performance (OTP) dramatically.
IndiGo remained the most trustworthy on OTP with more than 9 of its 10 flights landing and taking off on time at the country's six big airports even though it slipped a bit from the October OTP of over 96 per cent.
Jet together with JetLite was almost 85 per cent on time, followed by SpiceJet at 82.2 per cent and GoAir at 74.4 per cent.
As per DGCA data, IndiGo held 27.3 per cent of the domestic market while AI held 20.7 per cent, SpiceJet 19.5 per cent, Jet Airways 18.3 per cent, GoAir 7.4 per cent and JetLite 6.9 per cent of the market.