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Travel community needs to offer deeper value for money
Travel community needs to offer deeper value for money: Ritu Mehrotra. By: … Ritu Mehrotra, Country Manager, India, Sri Lanka and the Maldives at Booking.com says, post-COVID travellers are most …


70% of Indian travellers to be more price-conscious …
Ritu Mehrotra, Country Manager, India, Sri Lanka and Maldives at Booking.com said, “The effect of COVID-19 has and will continue to evolve the way we travel, impacting our choices and decisions in …


70% of Indian travellers to be more price-conscious …
Ritu Mehrotra, Country Manager, India, Sri Lanka and Maldives at Booking.com said, “The effect of COVID-19 has and will continue to evolve the way we travel, impacting our choices and decisions in the near future. With the financial strain of the pandemic felt by many throughout India, the travel industry will need to come together and respond inventively to offer deeper value, better choice …


Future of travel: Research reveals that Indian travellers …
Maximizing travel for less will be the new normal in 2021 and beyond, according to Mehrotra. 64 per cent of the respondents are more likely to look out for promotions and savings. 74 per cent expect support from travel companies for their future travel plans in the form of discounts and promotions. In fact.


Indian Travelers to Focus More on Value For Money | NewsGram
With the financial strain of the pandemic felt by many throughout India, the travel industry will need to come together and respond inventively to offer deeper value, better choice, increased …


70% of Indian travellers to be more price-conscious …
With the financial strain of the pandemic felt by many throughout India, the travel industry will need to come together and respond inventively to offer deeper value, better choice, increased flexibility and transparency to the travellers. Maximizing travel for less will be the new normal in 2021 and beyond.


What will be the future of travel? Booking.com research …
With the financial strain of the pandemic felt by many throughout India, the travel industry will need to come together and respond inventively to offer deeper value, better choice, increased flexibility and transparency to the travellers. Maximizing travel for less will be the new normal in 2021 and beyond.


70% of Indian travellers to be more price-conscious: Survey
Looking for flexible travel. But traveller demand for value will run deeper than simply the price tag. Nervousness around the prospect of having to cancel a trip means flexibility will be key with 77 percent of Indian travellers saying travel platforms need to add value by increasing transparency about cancellation policies, refund processes, and trip insurance options.


‘70% of Indian travellers likely to be more price …
As financial complexities trail COVID-19, many Indians tighten their purse strings for their travel plans and pin their expectations on discounts and promotions from travel companies – Business ‘70% of Indian travellers likely to be more price-conscious when it comes to planning a future trip,’ reveals Booking.com survey – Business – Hotelier India


‘70% of Indian travellers likely to be more price …
But traveller demand for value will run deeper than simply the price tag. Nervousness around the prospect of having to cancel a trip means flexibility will be key with 77% of Indian travellers saying travel platforms need to add value by increasing transparency about cancellation policies, refund processes, and trip insurance options.
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