Apr 142012
 

Hyderabad International Airport witnessed 16 % rise in passenger traffic in 2011-12 but figures are expected to go down in the current fiscal year. In 2011-12, around 2 million passengers took international flights to India for landing up in Hyderabad. Hyderabad’s Rajiv Gandhi International Airport has registered 16 per cent growth in passenger traffic during 2011-12. The growth, however, is « Continue Reading »

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