Capacity of the country's entire airport network according to the Centre for Aviation (CAPA).
Number of domestic passengers handled across all airport in 2016.
Estimated number of domestic passengers that would pass through all airports in 2018 - just 17 million shy of the total handling capacity.
Total number of Indians who traveled by air in the year 2008.
CAPA's estimate of number of Indian flyers by 2036, it also estimates India will overtake Britain as the world's third-largest market by 2025.
Percentage increase in flights every year over the last three years, stretching many airports to breaking point.
Number of airports - including Dehradun, Jaipur, Guwahati, Mangalore, Srinagar and Pune - that are already operating beyond their capacity, CAPA said in a report released in Feb 2018. Others are nearing their limit.
30 - 40
Of India's top airports that will be performing beyond their capacity in the next five to seven years - Binit Somaia, South Asia Director at CAPA.
Rs. 2,91,800 crore
Investment by 2030 that CAPA estimates, India will need to build infrastructure needed to to keep up with demand.
Rs. 3,976 crore
Amount allocated in the latest budget to the Airports Authority of India to expand facilities.