In-the-Issue

M!CE travel reimagined in Singapore

Firing up the imagination of corporate travellers, Singapore Tourism Board is reshaping the contours of M!CE travel with an array of well-crafted immersive experiences. This year, Singapore became the first country in the world to be recognized as a sustainable destination by the Global Sustainable Tourism Council. Lipla Negi At …

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Technology key to aviation success

Recognizing the immense potential of digital technology, aviation industry is embracing digitalisation in all aspects of operations. This is allowing airlines to leverage data analytics to offer new products and services to customers, engage them in an effective way and address their concerns satisfactorily. Hazel Jain Digitalisation has always been …

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Indian aviation set to fly high

Jyotiraditya Scindia, Union Minister of Civil Aviation, says that domestic airlines must work towards making India an international aviation hub, and urges them to induct more wide-bodied aircraft, take risk, face global volatility to keep the Indian flag flying in the international airspace. Nisha Verma Jyotiraditya Scindia, Union Minister of …

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What after SEIS denial?

Ever since SEIS has been denied to inbound tour operators, it has become a major issue, with many people raising concerns over destination promotions in foreign countries. The industry is on the same page in terms of getting the benefits back, one way or the other. Nisha Verma Piyush Goyal, …

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Oman an ideal summer tourism destination

New Delhi: Due to its enormous natural diversity, the Sultanate of Oman is considered as an attractive tourism destination throughout the year. In contrast, there are many cool places to visit in the Sultanate in the summer. Oman with its location near to the Arabian Sea boasts a spectacular green …

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Being ‘Swisstainable’

Switzerland Tourism is promoting a sustainable movement, ‘Swisstainable’, with an aim to connect with the tourism community. Misha Gambetta, Director India, Switzerland Tourism, shares why the movement is important for the country. Hazel Jain Why is sustainable travel important for Switzerland? Switzerland has always prioritised sustainability and responsible tourism, which …

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Turning a new page in tourism

Anoop Bali, Whole Time Director, Tourism Finance Corporation of India (TFCI), informs how they are playing their part in creating tourism infrastructure across the country, both with the private sector as well as the government via PPP mode. TT Bureau In existence for 30 years, Tourism Finance Corporation of India …

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Italian touch for Indian flyers

ITA Airways entered the Indian market in December 2022 with direct flights between Rome Hub and Delhi. Fabio Bigotti, Country Manager India, ITA Airways, shares how the airline is expanding its footprint in India market and is well-suited to cater to the needs of Indian passengers, providing onwards connections from …

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Carving a niche in Medical Tourism!

India has gained a reputation in delivering quality medical services. Owing to travel being on the backfoot during the pandemic, there was a huge reduction in incoming medical tourists to India. MP Bezbaruah, Secretary General, Hotel Association India (HAI), suggests how this sector can now be revived. According to the …

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Eco-friendly luxury

Daman Deep Singh, General Manager, Karma Lakelands, says it is important for India to project itself as a sustainable destination, and they keep this in mind while serving guests. TT Bureau Sustainability has become a buzzword in hospitality. Tell us some of the key activities that your resort ensures to …

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