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ATM 2022 wraps up with focus on innovation & sustainability; records more than 23,000 visitors

More than 23,000 visitors attended the 29th edition of Arabian Travel Market (ATM) 2022, as industry leaders gathered at Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) to share insights into the future of international travel and tourism. “In addition to doubling our visitor numbers year on year, ATM 2022 hosted 1,500 exhibitors and attendees from 150 countries,” […]Continue Reading

US mission in India to roll out large number of student visa appointments

A large number of student visa appointments will be rolled out in the ensuing months starting next week with more Dropbox appointments for students currently in the US, according to a senior US embassy official. To increase capacity, Mission India is recruiting more officers in addition to training existing staff members, Don Heflin, Minister Counselor […]Continue Reading

Myanmar reopens to tourists after 2 years; resumes issuing tourist e-visas

Myanmar resumes accepting tourist e-visa applications from May 15 (Sunday), more than two years after the country suspended all new e-visa applications due to the Covid-19 pandemic. “Our online e-visa service will resume with effect from May 15, 2022 for tourist visa applications,” the Immigration and Population Ministry said. The move came after the Continue Reading

Desaru Coast all set to announce major incentives to attract Indian outbound

Desaru Coast Destination Resort (Desaru Coast), Malaysia’s newest and largest integrated destination, is set to announce its largest incentives package to entice Indian travellers, event planners and organisations at SATTE 2022. Presenting at SATTE 2022, South Asia’s leading travel trade show at India Expo Mart, Greater Noida – Delhi NCR, the destination team Continue Reading

EU approves another EUR 698mn to support Italian tourism companies affected by pandemic

The European Commission has announced that it has approved an Italian scheme worth €698 million in order to support companies active in the tourism sector which have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Through a statement issued on May 11 by the EU Commission, Executive Vice President in charge of competition policy, Margrethe Vestager stressed […]Continue Reading
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