Archive for April, 2010

UFTAA held BIT 2010 in Milan, Italy

BIT 2010 was where 100 buyers from the most dynamic Southeast Asian markets and 200 Tour Operators and Travel Agencies,representing the supply-side from more than 140 countries met for effective network and B2B incoming and outgoing business. 100UFTAA Travel Agents have participated from countries like...

April 19th, 2010 | Travel | Read More

Exciting medical tourism services with cost – effective ‘Laparoscopic Gastric Banding’, in India

Medical tourism offers Laparoscopic Gastric Banding in India at discounted price coupled with excellent vacation packages.Medical Tourism or the idea of visiting to a new destination for health treatment and visiting some favourite tourist places at the same time sounds very relaxing and refreshing....

April 19th, 2010 | Tourism | Read More

Visa-on-arrival facility for Indians is still under consideration

Salman Ahmed, in manycountries lion share oftheir national revenuecomes from the tourismindustry. What is the contributionMalaysiantourism industry offersto your country? Malaysia has emerged asa popular destination forcorporate incentive tripsand conference destinations. Total tourism revenueof Malaysia...

April 19th, 2010 | Tourism | Read More

Tourism Malaysia 2010

With the holiday season kicking off in April, Malaysia TourismPromotion Board officials along with 20 tour operators fromKuala Lumpur were in India during the first week of March2010. The team was led by the Malaysian Tourism DirectorManoharan and Deputy Director (South Asia Desk) SalmanAhmed, making...

April 19th, 2010 | Travel | Read More

Purchase web tickets and get 10% discount from Air India

Passengers purchasing tickets through the Air India website for travel on Air India flights are in for a bonanza. A 10 per cent discount will be applicable on the basic fare component of Economy Class tickets purchased through the Air India website www.airindia.in. The discount is valid from March 9,...

April 19th, 2010 | Aviation | Read More

President Obama signs Travel Promotion Act in US

As the President Obama signs the Travel Industry Act in the coming two weeks, a Tourism Promotion Organization will come into operation for the benefit of the whole travel industry in United States. Major activity of the Organisation would be to gradually transform the country in to a tourism destination...

April 19th, 2010 | Aviation | Read More

Air India creates history by operating 22 all – women crew flights

National carrier Air India created history when the first all-women crew non-stopflight from Mumbai to New York was flagged off by Madhavan Nambiar, Secretary,Civil Aviation of India. Flight AI 141 was the first of the 22 all-women crew flightsoperated by Air India across its domestic and international...

April 19th, 2010 | Aviation | Read More

Tiger Airways extends to Kochi, Trivandrum & Trichy

Singapore’s budget carrier Tiger Airways is planning to start its operation to Kochi ,Trivandrum and Trichy, in addition to the present destinations to Chennai and Bangalore. Tiger Airways, which is one-third owned by Singapore Airlines, operates flights to 33 destinations across 11 countries and territories...

April 19th, 2010 | Aviation | Read More

Kingfisher launching 7 new international routes

Government of India has granted Kingfisher the permission to operate on seven new international routes.The new international routes are: 1.New Delhi – London – New Delhi 2.New Delhi – Hong Kong – New Delhi 3. New Delhi – Bangkok – New Delhi 4. New Delhi – Dubai – New Delhi 5. Mumbai –...

April 19th, 2010 | Aviation | Read More

Daily direct flight from Mumbai to Johannesburg

Jet Airways is to launch its first flight to Africa for the2010 FIFA World Cup. The daily direct service fromMumbai to Johannesburg will come into effect from14th April. With a large number of people of Indian origin living inand/or working in South Africa, as well as its emergenceas a leading business...

April 19th, 2010 | Aviation | Read More
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