The final match of the ICC Cricket World Cup was played on 19 November at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, in which Australia won the title for the sixth time. In which match will the World Cup be played? Indian team could not achieve the distinction of winning the World Cup for the third time but the airlines in India have set a special record.
In the final of Cricket World Cup, airlines did what could not be done even on the occasion of Diwali. People traveled extensively by air to watch the final match of the ICC Cricket World Cup. With this, the record of people traveling by air in one day was also broken. According to Aankhon, on Saturday, November 18, 4.6 lakh people traveled by air across the country, which is the highest figure till date.
Let us tell you that on the occasion of this post Tiwari, there was a tremendous increase in the number of passengers traveling by air. However, there was tremendous enthusiasm among the cricket fans to watch the World Cup final match. Cricket fans had reached Ahmedabad with the hope that they would be able to see the Indian team lifting the trophy, however it could not happen. Bareilly cricket team could not make a record but due to the Indian fans, a new record of the journey has been created. Along with this, airlines have also earned huge income due to the match.
Let us tell you that even during the festival, the number of people traveling by air in a day could not exceed four lakh passengers. It is believed that on the occasion of Diwali, many passengers could not travel by airplane because the airlines had increased the prices drastically. Due to high fares of airlines, a large number of people had opted to travel by train.
Aviation Minister gave best wishes
Before the match, after flying lakhs of passengers to their destination, Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia observed on social media that on November 18, the Indian aviation industry created history. On this day 456748 passengers traveled by airlines. According to statistics, the maximum number of passengers traveled at Mumbai Airport in one day on Saturday.