The travel industry may not be unduly worried about a depreciating rupee. But the education sector is feeling the pinch. A weak domestic currency, restrictions on carrying the US dollar post-demonetisation and slow processing of education loans have resulted ... The Financial Chronicle, 4 days ago
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Yatra.com, one of India's leading online travel portals, is now making it easier to search and find flight related information on its Android and iOS mobile application. In a first-of-its-kind initiative, Yatra has introduced Voice Search to ...Travel and Tour World, 5 days ago Yatra.com Launches Voice Search Feature News18.com, 6 days ago Yatra launches Voice Search feature Travel Trends Today, 6 days ago Yatra.com launches new voice search feature Economic Times, 6 days ago
29 November 2016, New Delhi, PTI Half of India's mobile phone making capacity rests with UP Online travel solutions provider Yatra.com has introduced a voice-enabled search and booking app, which allows customers to explore various flight ...Millennium Post, 6 days ago Yatra.com comes up with voice-enabled search on app Press Trust of India, 6 days ago
Airline tickets can be expensive, so it's natural to want to get the best deal on them. Lately, it has become a regular practice for airlines to announce special rates and deep discounts for booking tickets up to a year in advance. But do these ...Economic Times, 6 days ago
Domestic air ticket sales have seen a ten per cent drop since the government announced the demonetization move, airline and travel companies told HT. Ticket sales, officials said, had dropped by as much as 15% in the days following the ...Hindustan Times, 6 days ago Airlines take discount route to tide over demonetisation impact in peak holiday season Firstpost.com, 2 weeks ago Airlines in flyer hunt after demonetisation Times of India, 2 weeks ago Cash crunch bonanza... Air travel at Rs 999 News24online, 2 weeks ago
MUMBAI/NEW DELHI: From currency note conversion desks to mobile ATMs and temporary cash withdrawal counters, India Inc. is going all out to help its employees tide over the cash crunch after the government made high-denomination notes illegal two ...Times of India, 1 week ago Infosys, Flipkart, M&M among others go all out to help staff tide over demonetisation crisis Economic Times, 1 week ago
New Delhi: The Narendra Modi government's decision to ban old currency notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 has affected the aviation sector with the sale of air tickets declining by 10 percent. In order to ope up with the decline in the airline bookings ...ZeeNews.com, 1 week ago Ban on INR500 & INR1000 currency notes to hit inbound tourism Hospitality Biz India, 3 weeks ago Inbound tourists wll habe difficult trip TravelBizMonitor.com, 3 weeks ago Currency notes ban: Smaller hotels, luxury to get hit Economic Times, 3 weeks ago
A dip in traffic due to demonetisation of Rs500 and Rs1,000 notes, which has caused a cash crunch, has resulted in the flash sales New Delhi: Airlines have brought forward fare discounts they usually offer in the last quarter of the financial year ...Livemint.com, 1 week ago Demonetisation impacts aviation sector, flight ticket sales dip 10% Economic Times, 2 weeks ago Flight ticket sales dip 10% as travel plans take a hit Times of India, 2 weeks ago
Nearly 8.67 million passengers flew in October, compared with 7.03 million a year ago, according to a DGCA report India's domestic air traffic grew 23.2% in October, continuing its over two-year run of double-digit growth on the back of cheap fares ...Livemint.com, 1 week ago
The onset of winters, followed by Christmas and the New Year, is a peak season for the travel industry, inbound, outbound and domestic. This year, however, the prospects of this peak season look subdued as fallout of the demonetisation drive. The ...Smart Investor, 2 weeks ago Tourism sector feels winter chill Smart Investor, 2 weeks ago
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