The Trevolution Group, which operates International Travel Network (ITN), Asaptickets, Skyluxtravel, Aviajet, and other travel brands, sold 100,000 tickets on flights between the United States and the Philippines in the first ten months of 2022, ten percent more than during the same period in 2019 before the pandemic, the company announced.
Its ITN specializes in the visiting friends and relatives segment and sells over 70,000 air tickets per month, making it the fifth-largest consolidator in the US.
“This year we have improved our market share from the US to the Philippines as it grew by 5 percent compared to 2019,” according to Trevolution Group CEO Peter Vazan.
“Thanks to the significant Filipino community in North America, the Philippines has been our key market for many years now,” he noted. After the Philippines reopened its borders, “We see that the market has recovered from the pandemic, which is still ongoing in many parts of the world,” Vazan elaborated. Most passengers traveled to the Philippines from Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, Chicago, and Seattle, according to Trevolution Group research.
Notably, the Philippines tops the list of countries where Trevolution customers booked flights, along with India, Nigeria, Italy and the United Kingdom. The company’s gross bookings globally have increased 63 percent in the first 9 months of 2022, versus the same period in 2019. But compared to the same period in 2021, the group’s gross bookings have soared 250 percent.
The Trevolution Group is part of the Dyninno Group, which provides products and services in the travel, finance, entertainment, and technology sectors in 50 countries.
Founded in 2004 in San Francisco by Alex Weinstein, it currently employs 4,000 professionals globally. “In the post-pandemic world the abilily to achieve the highest level of customer support has become of utmost importance,” stressed Vazan.
“Our new Trevolution brand aims to combine the human touch with innovative technologies to deliver effective and empathetic customer service. We aim to shape and evolve the travel industry,” the CEO concluded.