US-India Aviation Market Yet to Recover from the Pandemic
New Delhi, India. Trevolution Group, which operates International Travel Network, ASAP Tickets, Skylux Travel, Aviajet, and other travel brands, reports that according to its researchtraffic volumes on US-India flights in September didn't reach the pre-pandemic
New Delhi, India. Trevolution Group, which operates International Travel Network, ASAP Tickets, Skylux Travel, Aviajet, and other travel brands, reports that according to its research
traffic volumes on US-India flights in September didn’t reach the pre-pandemic levels of 2019. At the same time, there are considerably more bookings made for trips to celebrate the week
of Diwali than last year.
Peter Vazan, CEO of Trevolution Group
Peter Vazan, CEO of Trevolution Group: “While flight ticket prices in 2022 have increased across the globe, the same can’t be said about the US-India market. Compared to prepandemic 2019, the average ticket price during Diwali has decreased by 14%. We see that there are more affordable options available now.”
“While many passengers still delay purchasing tickets until the very last moment due to uncertainty of the pandemic, there is more to gain for those who opt to book their travel well
in advance – simply said, the ticket prices are significantly cheaper,” Vazan explains.
Currently the top five most popular destinations are Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad and Bangalore, with most travelers originating from the major US cities – Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco as well as New York, Dallas.
Trevolution Group has established itself as the market leader in the travel business, specializing in the visiting friends and relatives’ segment. Over 60,000 airline tickets and
vacation packages are sold by Trevolution monthly, which makes it the fifth-largest consolidator in the US.