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Direct flights between India and Western Australia’s Perth are being explored and discussions are being initiated with at least two Indian carriers – the Tatas and IndiGo, reports The Hindu Business Line. India has no direct air connectivity to Perth and the present ones are either through Singapore or via Melbourne and Sydney. Data from […]Continue Reading
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Jamaica’s Ministry of Tourism intends to capitalise on the popularity of explosive West Indies and Jamaican opening batsman-turned-reggae-artist Chris Gayle, in making inroads in the huge-but-untapped Asian market. “Chris Gayle is certainly a huge asset to Jamaica and a central figure in the engagement of Asians, particularly Indians,” Tourism Minister, Edmund Bartlett Continue Reading
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Commemorating its 90 year of business operations this year, Rail Europe, founded in 1932 has extended its network from a niche brand promoting French rail routes to North American travellers, to becoming the largest one-stop-shop for planning and booking European train travel. To celebrate this milestone, Rail Europe has launched a B2B booking platform, Easy […]Continue Reading
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Haritha Villas+ Spa, Sri Lanka, has appointed LINKIN Reps as their India sales, marketing and Public Relations representative. LINKIN Reps will be responsible for driving holistic sales, trade marketing and PR Strategies in India for Haritha Villas+ Spa, Sri Lanka. Speaking on this, Thanuja Weerasinghe, Sales & Marketing, Haritha Villas+ Spa, said, “India has always Continue Reading
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In a planned initiative to give fillip to travel to Turkey in the high potential India market, Thomas Cook (India) Limited, and its Group Company, SOTC Travel, have recently signed an agreement with Turkey Tourism. The collaboration will focus on building awareness and boosting visitations to the destination. Thomas Cook & SOTC’s internal data reveals […]Continue Reading
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China has started permitting international flights after a two-year ban due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but there is no word yet on the resumption of air services to India, even after Beijing lifted a visa ban for Indian professionals and their families last month. China is further streamlining procedures for those arriving into the country […]Continue Reading
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