March 10--NEW DELHI -- As smartphones and computer tablets proliferate in India, online travel agents say that as much as 20% of their flight bookings are now being done through mobile apps, which they expect will double in the next three years. ... BusinessWeek, 1 day ago
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Discounted fares have helped airlines bring in new flyers this lean travel season and get assured seat fills. There is a strong demand on the key leisure destinations like Goa and Kerala, say airline officials, and bookings have more than doubled in ...Siasat Daily, 23 hours ago Discounted airfares bring in new flyers ProKerala.com, 2 days ago
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MUMBAI: In the run-up to the elections, India is a bagful of political and economic uncertainty just when the US and Europe are emerging from their funk. And that means fewer businessmen and executives are travelling to India, causing big concern ...Economic Times, 6 days ago Hotels count losses as business travellers drop by 40-50 per cent in six months Economic Times, 6 days ago
NEW DELHI: A slew of discounts that airlines have doled out over the past couple of months may have cheered fliers, but it would delay and make more arduous, a return to profitability for the loss-making carriers. Since January, airlines across ...Times of India, 1 week ago
The latest round of discounted airfare offers ended on a satisfactory note on Saturday with airlines reporting 'overwhelming' response from flyers. However, there have been complaints about less number of seats available at the publicised low fares ...The Hindu, 1 week ago Low airfare offer gets mixed response The Hindu, 1 month ago
MUMBAI: A day after low-cost airlines SpiceJet and IndiGo launched discount fares for flights during summer, all airlines-except Air India-jumped in with similar offers in a predictable response that the Indian market is now getting used to. On ...Times of India, 1 week ago Fare war hots up as other airlines jump on bandwagon Times of India, 1 week ago Fare war again, up to 75% discount on offer NDTV, 1 week ago Spicejet triggers price war again, domestic air tickets cheaper Samaylive, 2 weeks ago
Awards to recognise noteworthy Marketing, Advertising and Media professionals across multiple sectors BestMediaInfo Bureau | Mumbai | February 26, 2014 The International Advertising Association's (IAA) India chapter yesterday announced the ...Best Media Info, 1 week ago IAA Leaderhip Awards 2014: 'Marketer of the Year' nominees in 12 categories announced Campaign India, 1 week ago
A day after low cost carriers SpiceJet, Indigo and GoAir launched a fare war, Jet Airways, the country's second-largest airline with a 24.6% market share, on Tuesday announced 70-75% discounts on tickets booked till February 27 for travel between ...Hindustan Times, 1 week ago SpiceJet sparks another fare war as airlines face lean season Livemint.com, 2 weeks ago Jet Airways joins fare war offers 75 discount Hindustan Times, 1 week ago Jet Airways joins fare war, offers 75% discount Hindustan Times, 1 week ago
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From March 1 you will have to pay more to fly on the Dubai-based Emirates airlines. Emirates operates 185 flights a week to and from 10 Indian cities including Chennai, Thiruvanthapuram, Kozhikode, Hyderabad, Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore. In a ...Hindu Business Line, 1 week ago
SpiceJet on Monday said it is offering up to 75% discount on base fare and fuel surcharge relative to last minute fares, for travel between April 1 and June 30, applicable for bookings made till February 26. This is the third time in the year ...Financial Express, 2 weeks ago SpiceJet offers fresh discounts, forces IndiGo, GoAir into new fare war Financial Express, 2 weeks ago
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