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Centre plans 50 new airports in three years to enhance connectivity

According to a report by Shally Seth Mohile, in The Mint, India, the fastest growing aviation market in the world, is set to get 50 new airports in the next three years as part of a plan to boost regional more>>

Mumbai aims to be international cruise destination

According to a report by Latendu Mishra in The Hindu, Mumbai is aiming to be an international cruise destination with the Mumbai Port Trust giving high priority to developing this sector under its new business plan. .read more>>

Aviation watchdog ICAO to audit India’s air safety readiness in March

As per a Mint report by Tarun Shukla, the United Nations’ aviation watchdog International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) has decided to conduct another safety audit of India’s air safety readiness. more>>

Maharashtra attracts highest investments in hotel and tourism sector: Assocham

As per the ANI report, Maharashtra has attracted investments worth over INR 15,500 crore of the total outstanding investments worth over INR 93,400 crore attracted by the hotels and tourism industry in India as of June 2016. more>>

FAITH apprises Union Tourism Minister about criticality of favourable GST regime
A delegation of Federation of Associations in Indian Tourism & Hospitality (FAITH) met Dr. Mahesh Sharma, Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Culture and Tourism Government of India and apprised the minister more>>

JA Resorts & Hotels appoints Avant Garde Consulting as India Representative

In order to create brand awareness about their various properties in the Indian market, Dubai-based JA Resorts & Hotels has appointed Avant Garde Consulting as its Representative office in the Indian market. JA Resorts and Hotels has seven properties across Dubai & the Indian Ocean .read more>>

South Australia identifies India as key growth market after record tourism receipts

With a significant increase in tourist numbers from India to Australia, the South Australian Tourism Commission (SATC) has identified India as a key growth market. According to the recent International Visitor Survey Report March 2016, read more>>