Frequent travellers were asked the following questions and their answers would make airlines tremble
- According to the
CAPA India report, less than 10% of travellers were interested in travelling immediately after international flightsresumed.
- More than 50% of CAPA’s
traveller sentiment tracker respondentssaid that they are definitely not going to book tickets even after a discount and would rather wait until COVID is over.
- According to CAPA, the domestic traffic in the first half of FY2021 is expected to reach just about 15-20 million passengers, compared with 68 million in the same period last year.
The spread of novel
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The Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation’s (CAPA) latest traveller sentiment tracker indicates that the second quarter is likely to be similar for the aviation sector.
Here are few of the findings from the CAPA’s
- How long after international flights resume are you likely to travel overseas for leisure, business or to visit friends and relatives?
- Which will be the most important criteria that will influence the selection of your
next overseas holiday destination?
- Will discounted travel encourage you to travel?
“This is further confirmed by the fact that respondents indicated that discounts would be unlikely to entice them to travel soon,” the report said.
According to CAPA, the domestic traffic in the first half of FY2021 is expected to reach just about 15-20 million passengers, compared with 68 million in the same period last year.
AdvertisementThe outlook for the third-quarter will depend upon how fast the infection curve can be flattened so that consumer confidence is restored, the report said. It further added that this is largely because the traffic between metros has been impacted more significantly than non-metro traffic, primarily as metros have seen the largest outbreaks of the disease and are considered to be higher risk.
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