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OTOAI, Qantas Airlines host members meet in Delhi

The Outbound Tours Operators Association of India (OTOAI) orchestrated a Members Meet Evening recently at Kylin Skybar in Vasant Kunj Delhi, in collaboration with Qantas Airlines.

The event, attended by a gathering of 100+ members, emerged as a dynamic platform for OTOAI members to delve into new horizons and opportunities within the outbound tourism landscape.

This soirée garnered tremendous support from the Qantas Airlines team, underscoring the airline’s vast potential in enticing tourists.

Riaz Munshi, President of OTOAI, emphasised the association’s unwavering commitment to enhancing members’ knowledge and expertise. He expressed satisfaction in providing exposure to emerging outbound destinations from India, echoing the success of the event as a testament to the fruitful collaboration with Qantas Airlines.
“The event was well-supported by the Qantas Airlines team, highlighting Qantas’ immense potential to attract tourists,” Munshi remarked. “We are delighted with our partnership with Qantas Airlines, and the resounding success of the evening underscores its mutual benefit.”

The Members Meet Evening not only fostered knowledge exchange, but also showcased the collective enthusiasm of OTOAI and Qantas Airlines in shaping the future of outbound tourism from India. As the association continues to strive for excellence, such collaborative efforts pave the way for industry growth and innovation.

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