This article examines whether a plane could take off with only one passenger in India. The answer is yes, as long as the passenger fulfills all safety requirements. The Indian Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has no rules that restrict the number of passengers on a domestic flight. Airlines are allowed to fly with only one passenger on board, as long as the passenger pays the full fare and meets the requirements for the minimum number of crew members. Airlines are also required to ensure that all safety precautions are followed and that the aircraft is fit for take-off. In addition, the flight must be declared as non-commercial, with the passenger only paying the cost of the fuel and the crew's wages.