With global pandemic lurking for more than 8 months, the number of passengers across the aviation industry dropped significantly, in some routes up to 97% (IATA Chart)! Even though some routes are already open for tourism, this simply doesn’t cover all the losses over the past months of grounded aircraft. Nevertheless, fact remains that people still need to fly because of primary reasons: family reunion and other personal matters (Leisure, vacation, emergency, etc.), business matters (cargo and humanitarian), and government missions (emergency meetings, repatriation, and other important missions). However, many of the passengers are also affected economically. Subsequently, demands such as blankets and pillows, sumptuous meals, comfortable seats and excellent flight attendant services, TV onboard and the likes might be initially skipped or totally omitted by them if they can travel quickly and safely. For the demanding VIPs, First and Business Class travelers, meals can be limited to pre-booked meals, which can reduce meals for short and mid-range flights as the economic advantages not only derive from savings in the purchase of food and beverages itself. Less catering means also less weight and therefore, less fuel consumption. On-the-other-hand, those extra services may be handy for increase in ancillary revenue.
When important matters are covered, it will result to client satisfaction. When clients are satisfied, there may be a possibility for continuous airline operations without expanding the budget vastly. Tahseen Air Charter is well networked in the region and has a good overview of the market, which allows us to strategize and implement effective measures for airline operations. For more information, request for a callback or send us an email.