As adventure travel becomes more and more popular with tourists, Thrillophilia joins hands with GoAir to extend an opportunity to the new-age travellers to plan and book flights and their desired experiential adventure activities with Thrillophilia on GoAir’s website. A white-label website will be developed (goair.thrillophilia.com) to add all the experiences of Thrillophilia to the product offerings of GoAir. This will enable customers to book from thousands of experiences right after booking flight tickets from GoAir to their desired destination.
Be it trekking in the lush green valleys of Himachal, biking in the cold desert of Ladakh, deep-sea diving in the crystal clear waters of the Indian Ocean, adrenaline-pumping skydiving tours in Dubai or a kayaking trip in the midst of a jungle in Singapore- customers can book these and thousands of other experiences just at the click of a button through the GoAir website.
Mr. Jeh Vadia, the MD of GoAir airlines said “It is our constant endeavor to provide value-add to our discerning customers and our partnership with Thrillophilia is a step in that direction. As a constituent of the travel and tourism eco-system, GoAir is delighted to introduce these curated thrilling experiences.” He believes that travelling is all about what vacationers get after they reach their destination and that there is no one better than Thrillophilia to provide the customers with great travel experiences at their destination.
Thrillophilia’s CEO Chitra Gurnani Daga says, “We are pleased to announce this strategic partnership with GoAir. This partnership will bring seamless access to 15000+ experiences of Thrillophilia to GoAir customers,” According to her, this partnership is a great way for GoAir to enhance the entire booking experience for their customers.
GoAir currently operates 325+ flights to 27 domestic destinations, which include major hubs like Chandigarh, Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Kolkata, and Mumbai. It also flies to 9 international destinations including Phuket, Male, Muscat, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Bangkok, Singapore, Kuwait, and Dammam.