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New Orleans & Company, the official destination marketing and sales organisation for the New Orleans tourism industry, has appointed Sartha Global Marketing LLP as its representative office in India. Sartha Global Marketing has been tasked to implement a comprehensive travel trade and public relations programme aimed at inspiring and attracting potential Indian leisure Continue Reading
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As the new Tax Collection at Source (TCS) on foreign remittances is set to become applicable from October 1, TAAI has made a last-minute plea to the government, urging them to abolish the decision or defer its implementation until the next fiscal year to allow discussions on overseas tour packages. The government has raised the […]Continue Reading
OTAs Top Stories
Tracking travel trends across India, OYO has published its World Tourism Day report focusing on India’s top spiritual, culture and heritage destinations. As per the data analysed between January and June, 2023, Jaipur has emerged as the top cultural and heritage destination, followed by Agra, Mysore, Udaipur, and Jodhpur. Interestingly, Rajasthan alone contributes to 76% Continue Reading
Aviation Top Stories
Oman Air has announced the return of two of its popular Indian routes, Lucknow and Thiruvananthapuram. Starting October 1, 2023, the carrier will be operating nine flights from Lucknow to Muscat (increasing to 10 from December) and five flights a week from Thiruvananthapuram to Muscat (increasing to 6 from December). The two routes bring Oman […]Continue Reading
Aviation Top Stories
The Noida International Airport unveiled its IATA (International Air Transport Association) airport code, also known as an IATA location identifier at a press conference in Greater Noida. The code for the airport will be ‘DXN’. An IATA airport code, also known as an IATA location identifier, IATA station code, or simply a location identifier, is […]Continue Reading
Outbound Top Stories VISA
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is weighing plans for a visa system that would simplify travel for residents to neighbouring Gulf nations, including Saudi Arabia. The new visa system would allow residents in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) to travel freely within countries that make up the bloc, including Saudi Arabia, UAE Economy Minister Abdulla […]Continue Reading
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