Flight consolidator Travel Innovation Group has reported strong growth in 2018 with double digit growth in ticketed income in May.
The group, which consists of flight consolidators Lime and Aviate, reported 27% rise in ticket sales year on year for the month.
Aviate saw 52% increase in ticketed income, while Lime recorded a 24% year on year rise in May ticket sales.
Travel Innovation Group says the growth means it is on track to achieve a turnover of £200 million for 2018/19.
The sales increase comes after group restructured its lead generation team.
It not has a central coordination team working with newly appointed Partnership Executives, who will now have the freedom to grow and nurture their accounts, providing customers with a clear point of contact and ensuring even higher quality customer service.
Michael Edwards, managing director of Travel Innovation Group, said: “Both Lime and Aviate continue to exceed expectations for sales, this is down to the hard work of our team in upscaling our current client accounts and securing a number of new airline contracts in the past 12-months.
“We’re continually focused on innovation and delivering the best possible service for our clients. The changes we’ve made to our lead generation team allow us to focus on enhancing our service even further.”
Along with sister company Calrom, Lime and Aviate joined together earlier this year under the name of Travel Innovation Group to build on their existing success and expand into new markets.
The rebrand was implemented by Travel Innovation Group’s new in-house marketing and design teams.
Edwards added: “Our recent brand development was intended to unite our three innovative, service driven companies to offer a more streamlined service to our clients, and help us launch a number of new products to market into 2018. Looking at our recent sales figures, the decision has proved to be a wise one.”