Adit Damodaran

Economist at Hopper
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Adit is a software engineer, photographer, writer, and avid roadtripper. He graduated from the University of Chicago in December 2019 with a BA in Economics and a specialization in Data Science. He is working on his master’s degree in Computer Science at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Adit most recently worked as an economist at Hopper. During his brief time at Hopper, he developed a report on how Covid-19 would affect U.S. and Canadian flight operations and airfare, and created data visualizations to help the communications team understand the scope of cancellations across major U.S. airports and carriers.

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  • In the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic in Spring 2020, roundtrip airfare dropped around $60 with lower travel demand. Similar to past years, we saw price increase into the summer, fall during the autumn shoulder season, and rise again into the holidays.

    17 March 2021
  • Domestic airfare prices are expected to rise in mid-to-late March and gradually return to 2019 levels over the course of the year. And it is not too early to book for 2022, especially if you're booking with trip protection or flexible booking options.

    17 March 2021
  • The strongest increase will probably happen in late spring and early summer 2021, once the vaccine is more widespread.

    17 March 2021
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