UK-India air traffic has doubled since 2004

There has been a doubling of the number of people traveling by air between India and the United Kingdom due to the liberalising of norms for travel between the two countries, according to an official study.

Since 2004, the number of passengers has grown from one million to just over two million for the 12 months up to July 2006, the study carried out by Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), Britain’s specialist aviation regulator, said.

The rise is due to the greater choice and capacity available, combined with cheaper fares, it added.

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