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9 in 10 Indian Football fans plan their holidays around sporting events: Expedia

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Expedia Group, a travel platform and the official Travel Partner of the UEFA Champions League, presented the results of Destination: Football – An Expedia Group Study on Football Travel Trends*, examining the traits of football fans across the world and their willingness to travel for the sport. Manmeet Ahluwalia, Marketing Head, Brand Expedia in India […]

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Visitor arrivals from India to Hong Kong up by 7.3% in Q1 2019

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Hong Kong has registered a growth of 7.3% from India. Close to 83,000 Indian visitors arrived into Hong Kong in Q1 2019. While Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru continue top three source markets; there is a growing demand from Ahmedabad, Kochi and Pune. In 2018, 50% of overnight visitor arrivals were from the young mid-career segment […]

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Jalesh Cruises & rezREWARDS announce strategic partnership

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Jalesh Cruises, a multi-destination cruise line in India and rezREWARDS, a loyalty program of RezLive.com, announced a strategic partnership on the first day of ATM 2019. The cruise experience is already activated on the rezREWARDS portal for travel agents on the rezREWARDS platform. This will allow travel agents to redeem their loyalty points for a […]

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Nepal Airlines to restart non-stop flights from Kathmandu to Osaka

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(Aviation Nepal) Starting July 4, Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) will be operating regular flights from Kathmandu to Osaka (Japan). This route will be restarted by the carrier after a gap of 12 years. These thrice a week flights will be of 6 hours 30 minutes duration connecting Nepal and Japan. Tickets are available for Kathmandu-Osaka-Kathmandu […]

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Jalesh Cruises’ summer itineraries from India to have 16 calls to Abu Dhabi

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The Department of Culture and Tourism – Abu Dhabi (DCT Abu Dhabi) has announced that the upcoming Abu Dhabi cruise season will be bolstered by new itineraries from India’s Jalesh Cruises which is operating the region for the very first time. Jalesh Cruises’ ship Karnika will make a total of 16 calls to Abu Dhabi […]

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Thomas Cook India & Mastercard partner for Priceless Cities experience

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Thomas Cook India and Mastercard announced their partnership to bring, for the first time, Mastercard’s global ‘Priceless Cities’ program for outbound travellers from India. Offered for a period of six months starting May 2019, Thomas Cook India’s Forex cardholders (Borderless Prepaid Cards and One Currency Cards) will have the opportunity to utilise these unique benefits […]

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ICCA releases 2018 Country & City Rankings for association meetings market

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The release of ICCA’s 2018 Country and City Rankings marks yet another successful year for the association meetings market, with the global meetings industry trade association capturing a total of 12,937 rotating association meetings taking place in 2018, at an increase of 379 additional meetings compared to the number recorded at the same time in […]

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Asia Pacific: 700 million international arrivals in 2018 and growing

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Asia Pacific destinations collectively received almost 700 million international visitor arrivals (IVAs) in 2018, an increase of 7.7% over the 2017 figure, according to PATA’s Annual Tourism Monitor 2019 Early Edition released recently. This report is the latest in a series that dates back to 1951 and, in this edition, covers 47 destinations across the […]

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Sabre’s corporate travel survey reveals trends shaping booking behaviour in Asia Pacific

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Sabre Corporation, a technology provider to the global travel industry, revealed the results of a survey that compiles insight from over 70 corporate travel management companies (TMCs) from across the Asia Pacific, highlighting the latest trends in terms of regional bookings. Sabre’s survey discloses that as economic growth continues to sweep across the region, more […]

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