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O-City Gets Accepted Into Visa Ready For Transit System

With the introduction of O-City to the country, travellers will be able to use their existing Visa card, a mobile phone or a wearable device like a smartwatch for contactless transits.

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66,977 Travellers Screened At Mumbai Airport Till Mar 4, 161 Suspected Corona Patients Test Negative

As travellers coming from all Corona affected countries are being screened at International airports, Maharashtra has 454 travellers coming from Corona affected areas.

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Realise Your 2020 Travel Resolutions With Cathay Pacific

The airline’s Jan On Plan On campaign provides travellers with added reason to travel more during 2020 with fares starting from INR 28,092 when booked before 21stJanuary, 2020.

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Outbound Tourism: An Unstoppable Juggernaut

Factors like healthy GDP growth rate, increasing spending capacity, desire to travel and experience v/s savings has made outbound tourism an unstoppable juggernaut

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Five Essentials For Solo Women Travellers

Here are 5 essential items that can come in handy and are designed to help prevent or negotiate a range of compromising situations you may encounter on the road

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‘Self Booking Tool’ is the New ‘Savings by Technology’

For business travellers, the SBT is a customised platform developed in-house or sourced from a professional TMC’s

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Observations & Thoughts of a Professional Nomad: Common Sense Among Common People

Tokyo, being among the largest urban areas in the world with approximately 37 million people, one expects a level of noise to match other big cities. However, it is amazingly quiet and peaceful despite being a vibrant city buzzing with activity. People speak softly among themselves, as a matter of routine and not exception.

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Travel Companies Will Be Left Out If Not Embrace Technology: Amadeus India CEO

Talking to BW Businessworld, Rakesh Bansal, CEO, Amadeus India shared that the travel industry is doing good and the growth in this segment will grow with coming years

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‘To Attract A Million Visitors By End 2018’

Indian arrivals at Ras Al Khaimah jumped 35 per cent between January and March and Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Development Authority (RAKTDA) CEO Haitham Mattar, tells that he expects the tourist traffic to only keep growing

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The B&B Traveller

The future of tourism will be experiential and sensory — travelling will be about “We do not want to see it — we want to live it

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