The best time for Indian travellers to book for holiday destinations is two months in advance, reveals a survey by KAYAK (KAYAK.co.in). According to KAYAK’s latest 2019 ‘Best Time To Book’ from India travel guide, the best time for Indian travellers to avail the best deals on airfare are on Wednesdays at 8:30 am. By making advance bookings of two months for international trips and two weeks for domestic travel, they can save anywhere from 10% to 47%.Based on KAYAK’s data, it is revealed that March is the cheapest month for quick getaways to destinations like Dubai, Bali and Hong Kong, if booked two to three months in advance. For travels within India, travellers can save anywhere between 26% to 37% by planning a trip for July to southern regions like Goa, Chennai, Hyderabad and Port Blair.The survey also reports that domestic destinations like Goa, New Delhi and Mumbai; and international locations like Bangkok, Dubai and Singapore are the most searched destinations by Indian travellers.KAYAK’s data and analysis also reveal that the best way to save on flight cost is not necessarily by booking early in advance – rather, knowing the right time to book is more important. In fact, savings are not limited to only Asian destinations: some popular long-haul destinations like New York, London, Toronto and Moscow, where Indian travellers can book with at lower price if they book 1.5 – 2.5 months in advance.Abhijit Mishra, Regional Director of KAYAK India & the Middle East said, “KAYAK looked through it historical data collected from the past two years to draw together our findings in the 2019 ‘Best Time to Book’ from India travel guide. We hope that the guide will serve as a helpful reference for Indian travellers when planning travel to their top international and domestic destinations.”Whenever travellers feel unsure whether it is the right time to book, users can use KAYAK’s unique Price Forecast feature, which uses previous flight data to predict whether flight prices are likely to drop, or whether you should ‘Buy now’. Or set up a Price Alert for desired flights and hotels, to receive instant notification as soon as the price changes for the deal you’re interested in.
More on #AZCardinals and Mike Munchak, a top candidate: #Titans wanted to keep him after 2013 assuming he’d make staff changes. He refused & was fired. But he held that place together … Would he bring OC Todd Haley along with him? Haley is a free agent now.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) January 16, 2018Carolina Panthers defensive coordinator Steve Wilks and Munchak were among the expected finalists for the Cardinals’ head coaching vacancy, reported 98.7 FM Arizona’s Sports Station’s Mike Jurecki.Minnesota Vikings offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur was also in the conversation, but Rapoport reported Monday that he was lined up to accept the New York Giants’ head coaching job.Wilks, who interviewed for several NFL head coaching positions over the past week, is also garnering interest from the Tennessee Titans, reported Jason La Canfora on Monday. Tennessee entered the coaching carousel late after it fired coach Mike Mularkey to follow up its playoff loss to the New England Patriots over the weekend. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo This is expected to be the second 2nd interview for the #AZCardinals. https://t.co/v7YkE2xx9Y— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) January 16, 2018DeFilippo and Munchak already interviewed with the Cardinals. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar, File) Top Stories With the Steelers’ season over following an AFC Divisional Round loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday, Pittsburgh offensive line coach Mike Munchak will meet with the Arizona Cardinals for a second time to discuss their head coaching vacancy, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.Rapoport adds that Arizona is filing its second round of interview requests on Tuesday.In addition to Munchak, ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler reports that Philadelphia Eagles quarterbacks coach John DeFilippo is expected to receive a second interview, but not until his team’s postseason run ends. Comments Share Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires A nine-time Pro Bowl offensive lineman for the Houston Oilers, Munchak has been Pittsburgh’s offensive line coach since 2014. The 57-year-old had one head coaching gig in the NFL with the Titans, where he compiled a 22-26 record with the team from 2011-2013.The Titans did not reach the postseason in any of those seasons.Prior to his head coaching job, Munchak was Tennessee’s offensive line coach from 1997-2010, spanning the team’s transition from the Oilers to the Titans. He was also an offensive assistant and quality control coach for the same franchise from 1994-96 when it was in Houston.Munchak entered the Pro Football Hall of Fame for his playing career in 2001.DeFilippo, 39 , would fit in Arizona as it grooms a quarterback of the future. He has been employed as a quarterbacks coach for the Oakland Raiders (2007-08, 2012-14), New York Jets (2009), San Jose State Aztecs (2010-11) and Cleveland Browns (2015) before joining the Eagles in 2016. He interviewed with the Chicago Bears and impressed, according to Fowler, before they hired Matt Nagy as head coach.The Cardinals are the only team that have reportedly been interested in Munchak. They have interviewed nine known coaching candidates. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact