The Ramadan month was over at the end of June and the Muslims all around the world joyously celebrated Eid al-Fitr by visiting families and friends as well as traveling. The three-day feast began on Sunday, June 25th and ended on June 27th.
Ramadan feast is a marvellous time for families to gather and spend time together which results in many people traveling across country to meet with their loved ones. Since the feast is in summer, it also marks the beginning of the summer holidays when many individuals take the week off for a longer escape. This all meant a surge in airport traffic and we were ready to see how feast would effect footfall in big cities, vacation spots, airports and malls.
The infographic below depicts where people in Turkey went during the feast. Through the Blesh Ads platform, we first looked at and then tagged individuals who were at particular cities a week before the feast. Then we compared the data with the week of the feast. Here’s what we have seen: