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Go City® (formerly Leisure Pass Group) re-appoints Global Destinations as its India market representative

Go City® (formerly Leisure Pass Group), the world’s largest attraction pass business, re-establishes its presence in India through Global Destinations. Speaking on the development, Dan Penner, Senior Commercial Director – APAC, Go City®, said, “Go City® is delighted to re-appoint Global Destinations as our representation company in India.”

Throwing light about the APAC & Indian market, Penner said that given the importance of Asia Pacific, over the last few years Go City® has invested heavily in building a presence in the region. “We are seeing India emerge as a very strong market and our passes are well received by trade partners and consumers. We have seen a huge increase in outbound travel from India this year, with most purchases
to London, Singapore, Dubai and Paris. Our expectation is that New York and the rest of the US will return significantly next year,” he said.

He also said that in 2025, India is expected to hit 29 million outbound travellers which accounts for 6% of the urban population. “We believe by appointing Global Destinations we will be in the best position to capture this market,” said Penner.

Pranav Kapadia, Founder, Global Destinations, said, “We are excited that Go City® has recognised the huge potential in outbound travel from India and to represent Go City® once again. Post Covid, India has become one of the fastest growing outbound markets, hence now is the perfect time for Go City® to re-stablish its presence in India.”

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