A study by global travel technology company Amadeus revealed that over four in five (84 per cent) travellers around the world said technology would increase their confidence to travel in the next 12 months.
70 percent of Indian travellers believe they will be more price-conscious when it comes to searching and planning a trip following COVID-19
When looking back at the same time last year, Indian travellers journeyed on average 1,786 km per booking.
With domestic travellers making 1.65 billion visits in 2017, according to Tourism ministry figures, the growth potential of the nascent sector is endless, they said.
Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Bengaluru are the top visitor sources from India
Mumbai: With the festive season at its peak, 73 per cent travellers find this time as the perfect opportunity to skip the monotonous city...