Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Indian Market & Trends

Indian Market & Trends

Travel and tourism industry to grow 7.5% in 2015: report

DELHI A World Travel and Tourism Council report finds Indian travel and tourism industry likely to see 7.5% growth in 2015 over last year with new visa reforms. This...

HRIDAY plans for 8 cities approved

DELHI Action Plans under Heritage City Development and Augmentation Yojana (HRIDAY) for eight missions cities have been approved at a total cost of Rs.431 cr. HRIDAY...

Karnataka okays UDF hike for international airport

BENGALURU The Karnataka Cabinet on May 15 cleared the proposal of Kempegowda International Airport Limited (KIAL) to hike the User Developmenty Fee (UDF) charged on domestic...

Goa tourism sector submits memo to Naik on issues

PANAJI Travel and Tourism Association of Goa (TTAG) on Sunday submitted a memorandum to Union minister of state for tourism Shripad Naik, emphasizing key issues...

German Tourism Board holds roadshows in Kerala

KOCHI With Germany expecting double digit growth on tourist arrivals from India this year, the country's Tourism Board is wooing visitors from across the country,...

Performance of tourism sector during Oct released

PUNE Foreign Tourist Arrivals (FTAs) during the October 2014 was 6.56 lakh as compared to FTAs of 5.98 lakh during the month of October 2013...
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Foreign tourist arrivals grow by 4.4 per cent in 2015

DELHI Foreign tourists arrivals last year grew by 4.4 per cent at 80.16 lakh against 76.79 lakh in 2014. Foreign tourists arrivals during January-December, 2015 were...

ZO Rooms targets 50 cities with 10,000 rooms

DELHI Zo Rooms, a budget accommodation chain and a travel startup plans to expand its presence to 50 cities with 10,000 rooms over the next...

Kerala Tourism banks on beauty of life on its backwaters

KOCHI Kerala Tourism launched a TVC on 25 April 2014 in India across channels targeting evolved travellers, themed ‘The Great Backwaters’. The campaign also involved...

Budget 2016-17: Reactions from the travel sector

DELHI The reactions from India's tourism and travel industry have been polite at best. Even though most are putting up a brave face, and pointing...