Yatra.Com Eyes 40 Pct Sales Growth In FY'15

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"During the next financial year, we expect the hotel bookings and holiday packages to grow to around 45 per cent," Dhall said.



Going forward, Dhall said, the company is going to focus on mobile applications.



"We see a significant traffic coming from mobile handsets. Currently, we are seeing 12 percent actual sales through channel. We expect this segment to grow tremendously going ahead," he said.



The company is planning to push more and more products through mobile applications, like holiday packages and car, bus and train bookings in the next few months, he said.



Currently, Yatra.com offers only domestic, international flight and hotel bookings through mobile application.



Yatra.com provides information on pricing, availability, and booking facility for domestic and international air travel, railway reservation, hotel bookings and holiday packages. It also provides booking facility for more than 12,000 hotels in India and over 300,000 hotels around the world.



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Source: PTI
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