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According to FCM Consulting’s latest Global Trends Report, Q2-2023 is one of two halves. One sees the Northern Hemisphere push travel demand over summer, while the other sees the rest of the world plateau. The volume of business trips increases, and travel patterns stabilise although disruption remains due to extreme weather and airport staffing shortages. […]Continue Reading
Outbound Top Stories
Ahead of the summer travel season, Dubai’s Department of Economy and Tourism (DET) has up the ante towards its efforts to showcase the destination through B2B travel trade engagements such as trade workshops, mega familiarisation trips, exhibitions, and roadshows across India, including metro cities, Tier-II and III markets in the first half of the year. […]Continue Reading
Top Stories Trade News
Commemorating the 30-year milestone of bilateral relations between India and South Africa, the South African High Commissioner to India hosted a 30-member trade delegation from India at Africa’s Travel Indaba 2023. The trade partners were hosted by several provinces for adventures as well as carefully curated seminars to highlight niche offerings and address increased Continue Reading
Domestic Top Stories
Tourism around Madhya Pradesh’s Kuno-Palpur National Park (KPNP) is likely to get a fillip once it becomes the new home of cheetahs which are being brought from Namibia in Africa as part of an intercontinental translocation project, according to people associated with the hospitality industry. New jobs will also be created for local residents as […]Continue Reading
Top Stories Trade News
India leads the Asia-Pacific region in its intent to travel in the second half of 2022 with 50% Indians expressing the desire to spend more money on booking a vacation in the world’s largest survey of travel intentions from Travel Lifestyle Network (TLN) in a post-pandemic setting. While international travel still remains a point of […]Continue Reading
Top Stories Trade News
The Union health ministry advised international passengers to refrain from eating or preparing meat from wild game (bushmeat) or using products such as creams, lotions and powders derived from wild animals in Africa, besides avoiding close contacts with sick people, including those with skin lesions or genital lesions. The “Guidelines on Management of Monkeypox Disease” Continue Reading
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