Mumbai ranks among the worlds top trending destinations for 2017

first_imgThe financial and entertainment capital of India, Mumbai, may be set to see an increase in domestic and international tourist footfalls as a new research from Booking.com finds the city ranking among the world’s top trending destinations for 2017.The data experts at Booking.com examined the top 300 destinations based on growth in search and bookings to find the most up-and-coming places to visit in 2017. When analysed against wider trends, Mumbai recorded an increase in the volume of travel and higher than average growth in bookings, while moving up ten places among the most searched destinations compared to last year.The other top trending destinations recorded are Reykjavik in Iceland, Cairns in Australia, Savannah in U.S., Puerto Rico, Kyoto and Jericoacoara in Brazil.“Experiencing the unknown, encountering different people and cultures, and testing new limits has always been at the core of what drives us to travel and 2017 is certainly shaping up to be an exciting year,” said Pepijn Rijvers, Chief Marketing Officer at Booking.com. “2017 travellers will have an insatiable appetite for adventure but are also mindful of the impact those experiences can have on the local culture and issues surrounding sustainability. While we crave highly personalised human interaction and familiar comforts, we’re also expecting emerging technologies to enhance our experiences and get us closer to the things we care about faster and more intelligently.”last_img read more

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first_img RelatedFlybe goes from strength to strengthFlybe is continuing to strengthen its position as one of Scotland’s most successful carriers.Flybe announces 16 new routes for 2010Regional airline Flybe will introduce routes to four new destinations in FranceFlybe introduces new summer scheduleRegional airline Flybe has launched its 2010 summer schedule Flybe has announced a new route from Guernsey to Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris.The flights start in July and will run four times a week from the Channel Island to the French capital. This latest Guernsey service follows a new service to Dublin which is due to start in June.Mike Rutter, chief commercial officer at Flybe, said: “With this brand new route to Paris we’re giving Guernsey travellers an unbeatable low cost offer for direct travel to the French capital. With the recent addition of the Guernsey to Dublin route we remain resolutely committed to giving our customers an exciting and convenient range of travel options.”Elsewhere, the airline’s three new routes from Inverness started service today. Daily flights to Exeter, Manchester and Southampton were launched from the Scottish city as part of Flybe’s summer schedule.Commenting on these new flights, Mr Rutter said: “People are advised to book now to ensure the best possible fares on what – according to ticket sales – are already proving to be highly popular routes.”ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img read more