KOLKATA: As India gears up to celebrate 2nd International Yoga Day, Sharat Dhall, President, Yatra.com, said, "Last year, on the occasion of the 1st International Yoga say initiated by our Prime Minister himself, Yatra.com had come up with special ... Times of India, 1 month ago
Yatra.com president reacts to hike in airfare - Times of India, 1 month ago
Yatra.com welcomes rise in air fare - Times of India, 2 months ago
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India's online growth story remains strong with key drivers being increasing Internet users, increasing smartphone penetration, faster connectivity, greater online penetration and a young demographic, says Sharat Dhall, president Yatra.com. Why do ...Computerworld Singapore, 1 month ago
NEW DELHI: A few hours of rains have inundated two cities that are the showpieces of India's tech story, crippling life and once again exposing the country's shabby infrastructure and the risks that poses to its image as an investment destination. ...Economic Times, 7 hours ago
Vistara has doubled its market share to 2.8 per cent in June over the corresponding month last year. Jet Airways saw the sharpest fall among all airlines during this period. Domestic air traffic rose 20.81 per cent in June on the back of low fares ...Business Standard India, 2 days ago
The Jet Airways' decision to restructure its fare from August 17 -- targeting the low-cost carrier flyers -- has blurred the line between low-cost and full-service fares, besides forcing airlines to scramble to fill up empty seats. Coming close on ...Mumbai Mirror, 3 days ago
Low-fare carriers like SpiceJet, IndiGo offering premium features for a small fee, full-service airlines like Jet Airways are offering cheaper, flight-only tickets Mumbai: Lean-season strategies are blurring the lines between low-fare and ...Livemint.com, 4 days ago Indian Fare War Blurs Line Between Budget, Full-Service Carriers AviationPros.com, 3 days ago India: Fare War Blurs Line Between Budget, Full-Service Carriers AviationPros.com, 4 days ago
Unlike earlier, when couples mostly travelled for their honeymoon, now couples at various stages in life are choosing travel as an important part of their time together Amit Jain, 36, a chartered accountant in a multinational company in Mumbai, ...Livemint.com, 3 days ago
Indian tourists are increasingly settling for other destinations such as Southeast Asian countries, Australia, and New Zealand. Recent terror attacks and political turmoil in France and Turkey would hardly have any significant effect in the growth of outbound travel sector, claimed leading tour operators. Bookings for foreign tours in August and September were up 26 per cent, year-on-year, said Rajeev Kale, president and country head (leisure travel), Thomas Cook. The demand in June and July ...Rediff.com, 1 week ago After Tuesday terror strike, Indian travellers put Turkey off their map Hindustan Times, 4 weeks ago After terror strike, Turkey going off Indian travellers map Hindustan Times, 4 weeks ago
Demand for outbound travel remains strong and incidents in France and Turkey will not impact business growth in FY 2017, say leading tour operators. Rajeev Kale, president and country head (leisure travel), Thomas Cook, said bookings for overseas ...Business Standard India, 1 week ago
, people of Britain voted for a British exit, or Brexit, from the EU in a historic referendum. The outcome has sent shockwaves through the global economy; however it has prompted jubilant celebrations among certain Eurosceptics around Europe. The ...India Infoline, 2 weeks ago Yatra.com post Brexit survey shows Indian traveller bullish on UK and Europe Travel and Tour World, 2 weeks ago
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