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Zoomcar crosses 1 million airport trips in India

by IP Staff

Zoomcar offers convenient, reliable, and cost-effective commute options across 30+ airports including all major cities and tourist destinations in India. 

Bengaluru: Zoomcar, the leading marketplace for car sharing in emerging markets, today announced it has fulfilled over 1 million airport trips in India. With travel restrictions now eased, a rapidly growing number of guests are appreciating the convenience of hassle-free self-drive options with Zoomcar from airports. Whether it’s for vacations, hill station drives, family visits, road trips with friends or business trips, Zoomcar guests have enjoyed booking cars that have unlocked memorable driving experiences. 

Zoomcar offers airport terminal delivery and pickup in more than 30 airports across India. Major metropolitan airports, including Chennai, Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru, account for more than 60% of airport bookings on Zoomcar. Guests between 26 and 35 years old account for the biggest share of airport bookings, and most guests that make airport bookings on Zoomcar use their car on multi-day trips. 

There are now more than 20,000 7-seater SUVs, sedans, hatchbacks, and other cars on the Zoomcar marketplace, offering incredible variety to guests across the country. Guests in India have also now driven more than 800 million kilometres in cars booked on Zoomcar. 

Speaking on Zoomcar’s milestone, Nirmal NR, CEO Zoomcar India, said, “Zoomcar’s car sharing marketplace allows individuals access to the most diverse selection of vehicles across India and we are thrilled to announce that we have fulfilled over 1 million airport trips in India. We have witnessed tremendous growth in airport bookings in the past 6 months. Cars come with Zoomcar’s promise of assured delivery, or else Zoomcar provides a 2x refund. Our steady growth is a testament to our commitment to creating localized solutions to address pressing challenges linked to urban mobility in India.”  

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