52% people willing to travel post lockdown; frequent flyers to lead growth: DIAL study

Sharing the details of a study during a webinar organised by TAAI- Northern Region, the Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL) has revealed that 52 per cent of the people are willing to travel amidst lockdown. The growth will be led by frequent flyers (those who take more than eight flights a year) with 68% of them keen on travelling once things are normal. DIAL’s report titled ‘Intention to travel among Indian passengers,’ also stated that in the COVID-19 control phase, travel likelihood increases significantly with 58 per cent of the people opting for it. The impact was seen across all types of flyers. The number of frequent flyers will rise to 73 per cent in the post-COVID-19 era.

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