Wowtickets.Com, based in the UK, launches operations in India
Wowtickets.com, a website for buying airline tickets that was established in the UK by a British businessman named Dmitrijus Konovalovas, has started doing business in India. The business officially debuted in 2014, and more than 500,000 Indians have visited its website and mobile app as a result of organic interest since then. Customers can book flights to any destination from more than 400 airlines, including low-cost carriers like Indigo, Ryanair, Southwest Airlines, and others, at relatively lower costs through Wowtickets.com, which is currently available in 5 countries. These airlines include Etihad, Turkish Airlines, Emirates, Lufthansa, and more.
The company’s unique selling proposition is its privileged access to special deals from their reliable suppliers that are intended only for particular consumer groups. These special offers are not visible on traditional price comparison websites. Customers who have joined on the site gain immediate access to these special deals, and all it takes to start saving right away is a quick sign-up, according to a press release from the company.
Wowtickets.com now has over 2K app downloads, with India being the top growth country. In the following two quarters, the company hopes to reach 10K downloads and 100K users. By the end of the next quarter, 25,000 airplane tickets in the area are to be made available. Wowtickets.com is a fully owned subsidiary of Airnme Limited, which is situated in the UK.
“At Wowtickets.com, we remain steadfast in our commitment to offering the most economical travel solutions. By utilizing better discounts, our primary service is focused on giving our registered consumers the lowest-priced flight tickets. According to Dmitrijus Konovalovas, CEO of Wowtickets.com, “We are continuously investing in the improvement of our pricing algorithms to ensure that our customers consistently enjoy the best offers available.”
In India, we want to reach 10,000 app downloads and 100,000 users over the next two quarters. In order to reach better agreements that would benefit our consumers, we are continually interacting with and collaborating with airline service providers in India. We have a staff of about 100 people, including contractors, and we plan to soon build a bigger Indian workforce. Additionally, in order to evolve toward a fully technological platform, we are continually investigating novel ways to seamlessly integrate AI into our platform. Added he
Source- Travel biz