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Legacy of Covid, vast debts, travel returning to normality though!

By Netpal Travel Bureau If you’re looking for an explanation for the chaotic scenes of cancelled flights, lost baggage and passenger number caps at airports this northern hemisphere summer, it’s worth considering the drastic cost-cutting the industry will be undergoing for many years to come. Airlines would dearly love to tempt passengers back with the […]

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‘How smart phones will change your travel plans in 2020’

By Anandi Don’t get surprised if we tell you 85percent of the international tourists have a mobile device with them while travelling (eHotelier). Or did you know 76percent of the travellers believe their smartphone is the most important travel companion (Openkey)? According to Hotels.com, 42percent of the travellers globally have booked a hotel on a mobile […]

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Aviation sector prospers, strategic investment on growth

Compiled by Satyaki Dutta Aviation industry is functioning as a dynamic sector in the recent times, with a direct and major impact on the travel and tourism industry on the whole. Preventing the stagnation in the sector, especially by developing the technological aspects is the need of the day. With the target-specific goals, the sector […]

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TTF Kolkata 2022, an undeniable success

By Staff Reporter Travel and tourism from India is bouncing back with full vigour after two years of pandemic-related disruptions.  TTF Kolkata, India’s oldest travel trade show (est. 1989), staged a grand post-pandemic rebound of domestic and international travel, with over 200 participants from 3 countries and over 20 Indian States and Uts recently. After an extremely tough […]

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Ladakh works towards a sustainable future

By Netpal Travel Bureau The administration of Ladakh has taken up the responsibility of developing roads with everyday increasing plastic waste. The aim is to protect the environment, reduce the carbon footprints and preserve ecology in the Himalayas. As difficult as it may sound, the task of building a sustainable future undertaken by the Ladakh […]

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TTF Kolkata initiated on an optimistic and festive note

TTF Kolkata, India’s oldest travel trade show staged a grand post-pandemic reboundof domestic and international travel, with over 200 participants from 3 countries andover 20 Indian States and UTs

Interview

African tourism market brims with international tourists

After a short period of sluggish tourist influx from worldwide, the tourism market is returning to its growth phase. Among the companies eyeing for a large chunk of the success-pie, Africa Incoming, the destination management company is bound for success. Its main target is ‘to motivate people to travel to this beautiful continent called AFRICA,’ […]

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Sustainability path: green economy movement face challenges

By Alejandro Ríos, Director, Sustainable Bioenergy Research Consortium The impact of environmental degradation brought forth by human actions done in the name of progress over decades has given rise to a new socio-economic development paradigm. It highlights the need to equally promote social equality, environmental sustainability and economic stability – all of which are closely […]

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10 Travel Tips for Every Solo Traveller

By Maitri People traveling in groups or with their families rarely come out of their comfort zone to hit the road alone. But these days solo travel has become the most exciting and emancipating experience that a nomad can have in their lifetime. Nevertheless, if you are still confused to take up your first solo […]

Wellness Tourism

Medical Tourism, expected growth by 2025

By Satyaki Dutta Organized travel across international borders to aim medical treatment which may or may not be available in the travellers’ home country is defined as medical or wellness tourism. The companies who are planning to enter the medical tourism market need to organise and discriminate to get the most out of their return […]