Philippines Experience Tourism Recovery: Trevolution Group Sales to the Philippines Quadruple

Trevolution Group, which operates International Travel Network, Asaptickets, Skyluxtravel, Aviajet, and other travel brands, reports that it sold over 105,000 tickets to and from the Philippines in 2022. It is an increase of 457%, compared to 2021.

Peter Vazan, EVP of Industry Relations of Trevolution Group: “Over the years, tourists from all over the world come to visit the Philippines – the country has been one of the top destination spots for travelers around the already pre-Covid. 2023 is the first full year since the Philippines reopened. The growing demand now only shows the travel confidence – the country seems to accommodate the growing demand, too – the Philippines is looking to double tourist arrivals and aims to reach 5 million tourists in 2023 (compared to 2.6M last year).”

Philippines Experience Tourism Recovery by VOO QQQ via Unsplash
Philippines Experience Tourism Recovery by VOO QQQ via Unsplash

“Thanks to the significant demand for travel between the United States and the Philippines, driven by the 4.2 million Filipino Americans, we have focused on entering and securing our position in the Filipino market. Our various brands have been offering affordable quality services to thousands of customers each month,” Vazan added.

The top Filipino destinations from US airports in 2022 were Manila, Cebu, Laoag, Mabalacat, and Davao. In turn, most passengers originated from Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, Chicago, and Honolulu. The average round-trip economy ticket between the US and the Philippines was USD 1300.

The Philippines targets to double tourist arrivals from 2.6 million in 2022 to 5 million foreign tourists in 2023. Trevolution Group has been leveraging its marketing capabilities to promote the Philippines as a tourist destination. There is immense scope in the Philippines for tourism development, and Trevolution Group is elated to contribute to the national goal of increasing tourist arrivals in the country.

In 2022, Trevolution Group issued more than 700 000 tickets globally, or 74% more than during the previous year. Gross bookings of the company reached USD 936 million.

Trevolution Group, which incorporates the travel businesses of the Dyninno Group of companies, has been operating in the Philippines since 2012, after it launched an office in Cebu. Following the rapid growth in our headcount, a second office was later opened in Manilla. Currently, the company employs over 1,000 employees, most of whom focus on providing a service for the travel businesses of the Dyninno Group: Asaptickets, Skyluxtravel, and other travel brands.

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