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Yatra inks MoU with Andhra Pradesh govt to promote homestays

Online travel company Yatra.Com today said it has signed an agreement with Andhra Pradesh government to promote homestays and enhance tourism in the state through their holiday packages. According to the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), Yatra will promote ... Business Standard, 2 weeks ago

Mixed reaction by aviation, tourism industry experts to Budget

Aviation and tourism industry experts today gave a mixed reaction on the Union Budget. Terming the budget as "overall, a well-balanced, pro-poor, pro-growth budget" Amber Dubey, Partner and Head (Aerospace and Defence) of KPMG in India said the announcement ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago
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Air fares up 65% on holiday season demand

Last-minute domestic flight ticket prices are up 65% on a year-on-year basis on the back of strong travel demand in the Christmas-New Year week, according to online travel portals. The spike in last-minute airfares is in contrast to 2015, when fares registered a decline. Last-minute airfares in December 2015 were 35-40% lower than the same month in 2014. In fact, average fares throughout 2015 were the cheapest in three years owing to a combination of low crude oil price and capacity ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Rise in plastic money over cash after demonetisation: Survey

Post demonetisation there has been a rise in inclination to use credit or debit cards, as 37.4 per cent Indian travellers choose plastic money over cash for making bookings and during travel, a survey has said. "One of the key findings is the inclination of ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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Demonetisation blues? How to travel at ease

'We feel EMI holidays should pick up now.'How travel companies are trying to win customers after demonetisation.Business Standard's Aneesh Phadnis and Ajay Modi report. Photograph: Kind courtesy Thomas Cook/Facebook Travel firms are luring customers with discounts and cashless payment options to tide over the weak consumer sentiment this winter. "As a company we have been focused on driving customers to shift from offline to online for their travel bookings," said Rajesh Magow, chief executive ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Rupeeā€™s different strokes: Pain for students but joy for travellers

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 Chronicle2 months ago
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