#PerCapitaOxygen would be most important developmental index by 2050 for human civilization

I would like to introduce this new “Term” as most important Human Civilization Development Index of future. I am sure that by 2050, GDP Per Capita would lost its significance so does other Economic Parameters. It would be focused on factors such as availability breathing air as most of the developed, modern and smart cities would be fighting for “Oxygen”.

Hence, Per Capita Oxygen availability in any country would become single most critical parameter to evaluate its development. Gravity of issue can easily be understood as per person need 550 liter of oxygen per day while each tree produces on an average 92 liter per day. This means 7 trees per person at least for basic survival of human race!
Do we have enough Oxygen?

In New York 5 trees per person, Mumbai (1 Tree Per Person) and Bengaluru (1 Tree for 5 persons). Just imagine how serious the issue is as on today. Now adding to that all kinds of vehicular and industrial pollutions which are making breathing fresh air even more challenging!

 Hence, ideally about 22 trees are needed per person to have environmental balance. But in most urban areas ratio is extremely alarming resulting in high percentage of population prone to diseases related to breathing.

It is high time that “Per Capita Oxygen” to be included as important developmental parameters by all top policy makers as well as international associations.

It is NOW or NEVER

India’s domestic air passenger traffic jumped by 24.27% to 74.76 Lakhs during February 2016

Indian aviation industry is experiencing robust growth of air passenger traffic domestically. In the month of February 2016, number of air passengers increased by 24.27% year on year to 74.76 Lakhs. While total number of passengers carried during 2016 were up by 23.41% y-o-y to 151.31 Lakhs. Lower aviation fuel prices resulting into cheaper air fares coupled with expanding air connectivity is driving passenger traffic growth in India. The decision by the government to revive 160 idle airports in smaller cities in coming years by starting passenger air service in near future could act as next growth driver for the industry.

India’s largest Low Cost Airline (LCC), Indigo continues to dominate with 36.8% market share. Indigo carried 27.54 Lakhs passengers during February 2016. While Jet Airways (Jet +Jet Lite) 15.79 Lakhs passenger to capture 21.1% share. State owned carrier Air India is at third place with 15.4% share carrying 11.54 Lakh air travelers. Top 5 airlines accounts for 94.4% of total market share in Indian aviation sector.
In terms of Passenger Load Factor (PLF), another LCC SpiceJet leads with 92.3% followed by Air Costa (87.1%), GoAir (86.4%), Indigo (86.0%) and Air Asia (85.5%). Efficient route management coupled with attractive fares are helping aviation industry to maintain healthy PLF.

On Time Performance (OTP) is one of important factor for passengers deciding about which airline to fly. Vistara is the most punctual with 90.7% OTP followed by Indigo (82.9%) and Jet Airways (82.2%). About 2/3rd delays are Reactionary in nature during February 2016.
Cancellation rates during February 2016 stood at 0.7% which is reasonably low. All the major airlines fared well while Air Asia had zero cancellations.
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Source: DGCA