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AirAsia remains committed to connecting India to the world as the airline continues its robust presence in the Indian aviation landscape, linking millions of Indian travellers to an extensive network of 130 destinations across Asia and the Asia Pacific. AirAsia now operates a strong network servicing 10 routes directly from India to Malaysia and Thailand […]Continue Reading
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At their annual trade event, JAPEX 2023, Jamaica has acclaimed India as a high potential tourism market. There is a huge and developing interest for Indian tourists to come to the island destination. The Jamaica Product Exchange (JAPEX), an industry trade show hosted annually by the Jamaica Hotel and Tourist Association (JHTA), in association with […]Continue Reading
Cruise Top Stories
Antarctica21, an Chilean cruise company and fly-cruise expedition expert to Antarctica has partnered with BRANDit, to build awareness for the destination as well as the brand’s exclusive small ship experiences in the Indian market and to build lasting trade relations in the country. With 2 ships in their fleet M/V Ocean Nova and M/V Magellan […]Continue Reading
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Global travel marketplace Skyscanner has launched a Hindi language experience across its products and services as part of the company’s commitment to the Indian market. Hindi is the third most widely spoken language globally, and the number of internet users accessing content in Hindi is also rising. With the India travel market projected to reach […]Continue Reading
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With an aim to strengthen its presence in the Indian market, Outletcity Metzingen, a luxury shopping outlet in Europe, has appointed AVIAREPS as its Sales and PR representative in India. The dedicated team of tourism experts at AVIAREPS will be responsible for curating and implementing cross-channel promotional strategies for Outletcity Metzingen with an ultimate goal […]Continue Reading
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New Zealand does have a very high appeal among the Indian visitors. But we still have to work more to educate the trade on activities, experiences and cultural aspects of New Zealand, says Angela Blair, GM International, Tourism New Zealand, while speaking to Prasenjit Chakraborty. Q: Tourism New Zealand has completed 20 years in the […]Continue Reading
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