Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Indian Market & Trends

Indian Market & Trends

Online hotel booking firm to add 10,000 properties in India

BENGALURU:  Amsterdam-based booking.com, a global online hotel room finder, is set to add 10,000 additional properties by next year in India to meet an...
thomascook shop

Thomas Cook India eyes strong growth potential in North India

DELHI: Thomas Cook, an integrated travel and travel related financial services company has opened four new outlets in Delhi NCR and Jodhpur, Rajasthan. The company...

Minister wants to involve private players in tourism projects

KOCHI: Kerala should focus on developing basic infrastructure to tap its tourism potential, Union Minister of State for Tourism K.J. Alphons has said. Addressing a...
Candolim Beach, Goa

Surge in bookings for festival season

DELHI: Hotel chains and online travel agents are not expecting Indians to stay put at home this festive season. Encouraged by the business done in...

Eat beef in your own country: New tourism minister

BHUBANESWAR: Union Minister of State for Tourism Alphons Kannanthanam has asked tourists coming from abroad to “eat beef in their own country and then...

Only 10% of Indian prefer to pay for their holiday by...

DELHI: Yatra.com, one of India’s leading online travel portals, conducted their annual monsoon survey which brings into spotlight the changes in the way Indian...

Indian travel market to grow to $48 bn by 2020: Google...

DELHI: The Indian passenger travel market is projected to grow at 11-11.5% to $48 bn by 2020 with the biggest contributor, air travel expected...

Google, BCG expect India travel market at $48 billion by 2020

MUMBAI: India's domestic travel market will expand annually at 11% for half a decade, reaching the size of $48 billion by 2020, estimates a...

Airlines searches for off season travel grow by 27%: Cleartrip

MUMBAI: Lucrative offers and discounts are making off season travelling more popular as there was 27 per cent growth in airline searches for domestic...
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GST could kill tourism, says industry

DELHI: High GST rates on hospitality will be the "final nail" in the coffin for the sector which is already reeling under demonetisation and...