Archive for February, 2011

Why IATA Agents are discriminated against ?

Subrato Nandi Burman Greetings from Panakh Tours & Travels . We are an IATA agents no. 14304710 based in Mumbai, I wish to bring the following to the kind notice of all my fellow IATA agents into your kind notice. I have a client dealing with me for last 12 years who asked me to issue ticket on LUFTHANSA...

February 26th, 2011 | News | Read More

Rosy days for Chandigarh

Chandigarh Administration is all set to celebrae Rose Festival from 25th to 27th February 2011 at the Asia’s largest Zakir Rose Garden in Chandigarh. The festival is one of the Mega Annual events of the Administration, enlisted in the National calendar of Fair and Festival of Ministry of Tourism,...

February 26th, 2011 | Tourism | Read More

Kerala Tourism Sweeps PATA Awards 2011

Kerala Tourism walked away with four of the top honours at the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) Awards 2011 for outstanding achievement in tourism announced in Bangkok early this month. Kerala Tourism’s new global campaign film ‘Your Moment is Waiting’ bagged an unprecedented three PATA...

February 26th, 2011 | Featured, Tourism | Read More

This Car Can Fly

It’s easy to fly, it takes normal petrol and it actually exists. Tom Lamont on the car many of us have only dreamed of) Those of us waiting patiently for the era of flying cars have been stung before. As the characters in Bill Watterson’s Calvin and Hobbes comic strip complained way back...

February 26th, 2011 | Aviation | Read More

Business Traffic Shows Strong Growth;Rising oil prices fuel concern

IATA reported that world international RPKs rose 8.2% last year compared to 2009, while FTKs climbed 20.6%, showing the “the world is moving again.” However, the sharp rise in oil prices could make for a difficult 2011, IATA cautioned. “After the biggest demand decline in the history of aviation...

February 26th, 2011 | Aviation | Read More

IATA Montreal chooses Kochi For All Asia Meet

Guido Gianasso,Vice President,IATA Ismail Albaidhani,IATA Head of Distance Learning Distance Learning (DL) of IATA decided to host once again at the TAJ Malabar, KOCHI their Training & Workshop Session for Authorized Training Centers (ATC) in India, Gulf and South Asia on 17~18 Feb 2011....

February 26th, 2011 | News | Read More

Two New Aviation Scholarships Launched with NTU

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) and the Government of Singapore have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to facilitate the further growth and development of IATA’s Regional Office for Asia-Pacific, which is located in Singapore. The MoU was signed today by Giovanni Bisignani,...

February 26th, 2011 | Featured, News | Read More

Internal Injury Of AIR India

54,000 seats a week is Emirates from India while 23,000 goes to Qatar Airways. Share of our national Airlines altogether is a paltry fraction, not even 25%, of what these foreign Airlines get from our authorities. To cite another disparity of sorts, Lufthansa and their allies have 64 flights a week to...

February 26th, 2011 | News | Read More

Snowy Peaks Draw Closer;Ropeway in solang Valley

To enhance accessibility ofsnowy peaks of HimachalPradesh to tourists, a multimillionropeway-cum-skiproject at the picturesqueSolang Valley near here wasinaugurated by Chief MinisterPrem Kumar Dhumal onSunday. Dhumal said theskiing project would boosttourism potential in the area.It was the first such...

February 25th, 2011 | Tourism | Read More

SpiceJet focus smaller cities in India

SpiceJet Ltd., the first Indian low-cost carrier to receive permission to fly abroad, is going slow on adding international routes and instead plans to focus on putting smaller cities on the flight map, where it sees greater growth opportunity. To cater to the growing demand for aviation in India, SpiceJet...

February 25th, 2011 | Aviation | Read More
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