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The nine-day Mumbai International Festival will be held between January 20 and 28 next year, the state government has decided after months of planning. It will be held every year from 2024 onwards along the lines of the Dubai International Festival. It has also been decided to form a foundation that will plan the festival, […]Continue Reading
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Global assistance provider International SOS has been closely tracking the changing traveller sentiment due to a plethora of issues. Neeraj Balani, Managing Director, International SOS, Indian Subcontinent speaks to Disha Shah Ghosh about the heightened risk for travel, globally, and the need for businesses to invest in robust technology for effective employee travel risk Continue Reading
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The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has introduced an additional hill check for pilots operating to helipads at 10,000 ft during the Char Dham yatra from this season onwards. This comes as at least six pilgrims and a pilot were killed in a chopper crash near Kedarnath Shrine in Uttarakhand on October 2022. A […]Continue Reading
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Travellers fully vaccinated and coming from a country with which India has reciprocal arrangements for mutual acceptance of WHO approved COVID-19 vaccines shall be allowed to leave the airport and need not undergo home quarantine and testing from October 25, according to the revised guidelines for international arrivals released on October 20. They will, however, […]Continue Reading
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The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has called on states to follow new guidance on travel from the World Health Organization (WHO). The guidance recommends a “risk-based approach” to implementing measures related to COVID-19 and international travel. Specifically, WHO recommended that governments: • Do not require proof of COVID-19 vaccination as a mandatory Continue Reading
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Turkey has further eased restrictions imposed on travellers, from July 1. The new unlock rules include the removal of the night curfew restrictions, including weekends for locals and tourists. All dining options, restaurants and bars are now functional. Entertainment houses like cinema halls and concert venues are functioning without any restrictions subject to adherence Continue Reading
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