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Indian travellers in favour of 'child-free zones' – Skyscanner - Travel Daily Media

Indian travellers in favour of 'child-free zones' – Skyscanner - Travel Daily Media | Indian Travellers | Scoop.it
Indian travellers in favour of 'child-free zones' – Skyscanner Travel Daily Media Following the news of Air Asia X and Singapore-based Scoot implementing child-free zones on their aircraft, Skyscanner undertook a survey among 1,000 Indian...
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Indians go on maximum business trips: Survey - The New Indian Express

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Indians go on maximum business trips: Survey
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Indian employees are global leaders when it comes to business travel with over 40 percent going on at least five trips annually, a survey revealed here Tuesday.
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Mauritius launches Mauritius Grand Master | APN News

Mauritius launches Mauritius Grand Master | APN News | Indian Travellers | Scoop.it
With a view to enhance the product line and expand the destination knowledge base, Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority (MTPA), launches Mauritius Grand Master – Online Training programme for Indian Travel Trade.
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9 of 10 Indian travellers prefer holiday over luxury spending: study

9 of 10 Indian travellers prefer holiday over luxury spending: study | Indian Travellers | Scoop.it
18 Sep, 2013. 9 of 10 Indian travellers prefer holiday over luxury spending: study. A study has shown that 90% of Indians would be willing to forego luxuries to fund their vacation, which is in line with global consumers' willingness to make ...
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97% Indian travellers book hotel rooms online: MakeMyTrip

According to a recent survey by MakeMyTrip, 97 per cent Indian travellers prefer booking hotel rooms online over traditional methods. The survey was aimed at un.
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Japanese team in Mumbai to woo Indian tourists - Times of India

Japanese team in Mumbai to woo Indian tourists - Times of India | Indian Travellers | Scoop.it
Japanese team in Mumbai to woo Indian tourists
Times of India
MUMBAI: A delegation from Japan is in Mumbai to woo Indian tourists to explore the country.
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Website offers service to travelers to claim faster compensation for flight delays - Indian Express

Website offers service to travelers to claim faster compensation for flight delays - Indian Express | Indian Travellers | Scoop.it
Indian Express Website offers service to travelers to claim faster compensation for flight delays Indian Express Aggrieved Indian travelers, facing trouble in claiming compensation for delayed or cancelled flights, can now heave a sigh of relief...
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No seats left for Eid holiday trips - Arab News

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No seats left for Eid holiday trips
Arab News
Mohammed Baqar, an Indian expatriate who works with a major telecom infrastructure maintenance company based in Jazan, said, “I am having the longest holidays and would like to travel to home.
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9 out of 10 Indian consumers willing to make lifestyle sacrifices for ...

9 out of 10 Indian consumers willing to make lifestyle sacrifices for ... | Indian Travellers | Scoop.it
TripAdvisor today announced the results of the Worlds largest traveller and accommodation survey – the TripBarometer by TripAdvisor. The survey reveals the leading travel and hospitality industry trends, according to over ...
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Oman's visa fee reductions apply to Indian travellers

The Ministry of Tourism, Sultanate of Oman, has affirmed that the recently introduced tourist visa fee reductions apply to Indian travellers. Early this year, Oman introduced discounted and more flexible tourist visas - single ...
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Indian business travellers most likely to splurge: Study - Hindu Business Line

Indian business travellers most likely to splurge: Study - Hindu Business Line | Indian Travellers | Scoop.it
Business Today Indian business travellers most likely to splurge: Study Hindu Business Line New Delhi, Oct 16: Indian travellers are most likely to splurge during business trips by availing of hotel room upgrades, high-end meals and room service...
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Asia's Travel Business:VFS Global, The One-Stop Visa Shop - Forbes

Asia's Travel Business:VFS Global, The One-Stop Visa Shop - Forbes | Indian Travellers | Scoop.it
Asia's Travel Business:VFS Global, The One-Stop Visa Shop
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In 2000, as a young manager at travel firm Kuoni India in Mumbai, where he was in charge of outbound tours, Zubin Karkaria's biggest headache was getting visas for his customers.
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Indian travellers pursue solo dreams (Travel Trends) | Firstpost

Indian travellers pursue solo dreams (Travel Trends) | Firstpost | Indian Travellers | Scoop.it
New Delhi, Aug 16 (IANS) More and more Indian travellers are on a self-discovery trail, busy exploring places and lapping up the historical knowledge that comes along with it. The quest to attain this "ultimate experience" is ...
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Aviation India: Airfares skyrocket for Indian travellers

Kolkata: Both international and domestic airfares have spiked over the last three weeks due to rising fuel costs and the depreciation of the rupee. Sharat Dhall, president of Yatra.com, commented: “There are multiple factors at ...
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Indian travellers expected to contribute $2.3 billion to economy by ...

Indian travellers expected to contribute $2.3 billion to economy by ... | Indian Travellers | Scoop.it
Indian travellers expected to contribute $2.3 billion to economy by 2020 Created on Thursday, 29 August 2013 06:09 Written by Editorial staff Indian travellers expected to contribute $2.3 billion to economy by 2020 Tourism ...
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South Africa With Jonty Rhodes Episode 1 Part A

Jonty Rhodes showcases his country to four lucky Indian travelers. Catch them do Shark Cage Diving, play with the Cheetahs, do off-road biking and segway in ...
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South Africa with Jonty Rhodes Episode 2 Part A

Jonty Rhodes showcases his country to four lucky Indian travelers. In this episode catch them do the world's highest bungee of a bridge, animal safari, rhino...
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More domestic flights this winter, but fares rise 30% - Times of India

More domestic flights this winter, but fares rise 30% - Times of India | Indian Travellers | Scoop.it
More domestic flights this winter, but fares rise 30% Times of India NEW DELHI: Air travelers should not expect any relief from sky-high domestic airfares this festive season which are up by over 30% since August despite airlines increasing...
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Maharashtra's luxury tourists love it Down Under | Y-Axis Visas Blog

These were some of the findings the Australian government's tourism body came up with after research into travel behaviour and Indian consumers' preferences. It's the kind of Indian traveller who cannot be bothered with the ...
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Declining rupee does not deter Indian tourists - eTurboNews.com

Declining rupee does not deter Indian tourists - eTurboNews.com | Indian Travellers | Scoop.it
NEW DELHI, India - The sliding rupee may have hurt most of the sectors but has not deterred Indians from holidaying abroad, although they are ...
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