Indian tours have seen an upswing partly because Nepal packages have been cancelled after the recent earthquake Tour companies have witnessed 20-25 per cent growth in domestic and foreign bookings in summer as holiday-goers are exploring newer destinations and taking advantage of exchange rate gains to travel to Europe. Domestic tours have seen an upswing partly because Nepal packages have been cancelled after the recent earthquake. Tour operator Thomas Cook said bookings for domestic and ... Rediff.com, 19 hours ago
(Image credit: travelshoppe) The rising middle class in India is fuelling a huge trend in international travel. From a time when international travel was a luxury and limited to a few families, India has come a long way, where international vacation ...Business Insider India, 1 day ago Top 10 Unexplored Vacation Places In India Business Insider India, 1 week ago
Expedia, one of the world's largest online travel agency, released the Summer Trend Report 2015, an analysis of vacation destinations and travel preferences across multiple cities in India. The survey was conducted with 520 respondents across Delhi, ...Travel and Tour World, 1 day ago EXPEDIA SUMMER TRAVEL REPORT 2015: Web Newswire, 2 days ago Expedia has released it's Summer Trend Report 2015. Wait till you hear what's in it Business Insider India, 1 day ago
May is here already, and while most families have firmed up their travel plans, there are others still mulling a trip. Every travel agency is saying something different and one can't help but feel a little overwhelmed at the thought of forking out ...Hindu Business Line, 5 days ago
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E-comm is seeing a race between the Amazons and Expedias vs the Flipkarts and MakeMyTrips. The desi cos have the wind in their sales, for now.Rajiv Singh | 19 April 2015, 11:39 AM IST Newsletter A A Amazon, America's rgest etailer, began as ...Economic Times, 1 month ago Local leaders, global giants face off in e-tail battlefield Economic Times, 1 month ago Global giants vs desi top dogs: Indian e-comm turns into a warzone Economic Times, 1 month ago
Today the Expedia group's Global Tour & Transport team released the latest results of its Low Cost Carrier (LCC) Airline Index, a study conducted by Northstar that examined Asia-Pacific travelers attitudes towards LCCs. Spurred by LCC growth, supply ...Businessworld India, 2 months ago
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