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Digi Yatra app users number crosses 45.8 Lakhs

Newdelhi:21/2/24:The number of passengers having installed the Digi Yatra application on their mobile phones has increased to 45.8 Lakhs as on February 10, 2024. It’s an increase of 20.5 percent from 38 lakhs as on 1st January 2024.

Digi Yatra application user base as on February 20, 2024:

Sl. No. Platform As on 01/01/2024 As on 10/02/2024 % increase
i Android: 17.3 Lakhs 21.2 Lakhs ~22.5%
ii iOS Apple: 20.7 Lakhs 24.6 Lakhs ~19%
  Total: 38.0 Lakhs 45.8 Lakhs ~20.5%

The Digi Yatra was initially launched at three airports, New Delhi, Bengaluru, and Varanasi in December 2022. Later, it was launched in 10 more airports.

Total Digi Yatra passenger count at airports since launch is as follows:

Airport Cumulative Digi Yatra PAX till 31.12.2023 Cumulative Digi Yatra PAX till 11.02.2024
Delhi 34,24,937 42,62,167
Bengaluru 30,19,149 38,21,829
Varanasi 7,41,514 8,54,145
Hyderabad 10,61,638 14,92,776
Kolkata 15,85,350 20,34,544
Pune 83,42,63 10,68,112
Vijayawada 2,03,672 2,46,440
Cochin 58,976 1,15,335
Mumbai 1,42,667 2,84,469
Ahmedabad 1,12,069 1,71,226
Lucknow 27,421 48,691
Guwahati 28,655 53,379
Jaipur 20,577 42,178
Total 1,12,60,888 1,44,95,291

An I.T. initiative of the Ministry of Civil Aviation using biometric verification technology, Digi Yatra provides a seamless and hassle-free movement of passengers at airport entry gates.

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