would go down temporarily.
"In the wake of airlines such as AirAsia poised to enter, clearly interesting times are in store for the Indian aviation sector," said Nihkil Ganju, Country Manager, TripAdvisor India.
"Another key trend that has emerged from our survey is that the consumers seem to be divided into two strong groups, one who are ready to pay a consolidated fare and the other who prefer to take the basic fare and add items as per need," he said.
While 37 per cent respondents were comfortable with inclusive fares, 24 per cent respondents said they don't mind paying basic fare and adding items as per their needs.
Another 14 per cent respondents said unbundled fares were great for solo or overnight business travellers with minimum luggage, but not for a family going on a holiday.
Travellers believed that airlines were not transparent when it comes to costs.
Nearly 50 per cent the respondents thought domestic airlines were not transparent about all the costs while booking a flight, like cost of meal and extra baggage costs, compared with 42 per cent last year.