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World's busiest international airline routes in November

Updated : 2020-11-19 19:35:27

Despite being hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, the aviation industry is slowly making a recovery. Here is a look at the busiest international air routes in the first half of November according to OAG Aviation Worldwide. 

Despite being hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, the aviation industry is slowly making a recovery. Here is a look at the busiest international air routes in the first half of November according to OAG Aviation Worldwide.  (REUTERS/Thomas Peter)
Despite being hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, the aviation industry is slowly making a recovery. Here is a look at the busiest international air routes in the first half of November according to OAG Aviation Worldwide.  (REUTERS/Thomas Peter)
5# Delhi- Dubai:  The popular route emerged as the fifth busiest international route after having around 1,04,126 seats scheduled this month. (Indo-Tibetan Border Police via AP)
5# Delhi- Dubai:  The popular route emerged as the fifth busiest international route after having around 1,04,126 seats scheduled this month. (Indo-Tibetan Border Police via AP)
4#  Seoul Incheon- Tokyo Narita: With 1,09,868 seats scheduled the route connecting the capitals of Japan and South Korea secured the fourth spot. (image: twitter @WORP‏)
4#  Seoul Incheon- Tokyo Narita: With 1,09,868 seats scheduled the route connecting the capitals of Japan and South Korea secured the fourth spot. (image: twitter @WORP‏)
3# Dubai- London Heathrow: The trans-continental route reported 1,11,000 seats scheduled this month. (Photo by Nicolas Economou/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
3# Dubai- London Heathrow: The trans-continental route reported 1,11,000 seats scheduled this month. (Photo by Nicolas Economou/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
2# Orlando- San Juan: The route that connects the US city of  Orlando with the capital of Puerto Rico, an unincorporated territory under the US, has 1,37,886 seats scheduled this month. (Image: Reuters)
2# Orlando- San Juan: The route that connects the US city of  Orlando with the capital of Puerto Rico, an unincorporated territory under the US, has 1,37,886 seats scheduled this month. (Image: Reuters)
1# Cairo- Jeddah: The service that connects the Egyptian capital with Saudi metropolis topped the list with 1,47,950 scheduled seats.
1# Cairo- Jeddah: The service that connects the Egyptian capital with Saudi metropolis topped the list with 1,47,950 scheduled seats.
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