new Delhi: In future, people will mainly travel in connection with work or to meet their family and friends. Aviation company Indigo claimed this after surveying 23,000 passengers in December. The survey said, “Meeting with friends and relatives (46 percent) and business (29 percent) will be important reasons for travel. After this, people will travel to spend rest (nine per cent) and holidays (seven per cent). ”
69 percent people will travel again in the next three months
According to the survey, 69 percent of the passengers said that they are planning to travel again in the next three months. The figure was 54 percent in the survey conducted in June. 47 percent of the people who participate in the survey want to travel alone in future and 43 percent want to travel with family.
Eight percent of people consider rail travel safe
According to the survey, 55 percent people consider air traffic to be the safest for moving from one city to another, 37 percent people consider driving their own vehicle and eight percent of people consider rail travel to be safe. William Boulter, chief commercial officer of IndiGo, said, “IndiGo has grown by 16 points in passenger confidence, which was 65 per cent in June and 81 per cent in December.”
Domestic passenger flights were resumed on 25 May after a gap of two months in India. However, at that time only 33 per cent of the total capacity was allowed to operate the aircraft. This number has been gradually increased to 80 percent.