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Chennai to Goa, Delhi, and Mumbai airfares are soaring

Corona’s present spread is under control. Airline services have resumed normal operations as restrictions have loosened and the status quo has returned. Whether for leisure, international travel, or domestic travel, the number of passengers flying domestically and internationally is always rising.

Due to the relaxation of corona restrictions, flying travellers are currently arranging trips to both local and international tourism locations in the months of April and May.

Nowadays, travellers and visitors to their hometowns purchase their plane tickets in advance.

Due to the summer vacation, more over half of the available flight tickets for the months of April and May have been purchased. Particularly those travelling in a group have reserved tickets in advance. As a result, both domestic and international flight tickets are now more expensive.

From Chennai to Goa, airfare has gone up from Rs. 4,500 to Rs. 6,000 in the upcoming months of April and May. The cost of a ticket has gone up from Rs. 4000 to Rs. 5000 for travel to Delhi, from Rs. 3500 to Rs. 4500 for travel to Madurai, and from Rs. 25000 to Rs. 35000 for travel from Dubai to Chennai. Typically, a flight from Dubai to Chennai costs between 16,000 and 20,000 rupees. The cost of flights to Mumbai is also increasing.

The cost of airline tickets often rises in April, the beginning of the Tamil year, according to travel providers. Due to the fact that this year’s beginning of the Tamil year occurs on a Friday, more people are now travelling and more visitors are coming. As a result, airfares for internal and international flights, particularly those to Goa, Delhi, and Mumbai, have increased.

Airlines are raising ticket prices in response to the rise in air travellers, taking into consideration summer vacations, long weekends, and celebratory holidays. Although it gets worse as there are more people, it still has a big impact on them. However, air travel is a need for hurried passengers. They claimed that as a result of this, they are paying greater fees.

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