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» 86 MoUs worth Rs 15,000 crore signed during 1st tourism summit

This summit will be organised annually to boost tourism in the country. Besides, there are plans to set up an investor facilitation desk and task force to promote tourism ... Read more

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» National Civil Aviation Policy to Boost Tourism: Civil Aviation Minister

The National Civil Aviation Policy takes an integrated approach to address the problem of air connectivity across regions and states ... Read more

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» International airlines increase business class seats on India flights

The business class bookings increased 75% and are proving to be one of the growth drivers in the aviation industry ... Read more

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» Daily flight started from Chandigarh to Dubai

The first flight from Chandigarh linked it to Sharjah in United Arab Emirates (UAE) on September 15 flown by Air India ... Read more

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» Airlines ask government to cap GST rate at 15%

also urge government to retain existing tax exemptions to avoid fare hikes ... Read more

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» GoAir to launch flights from Hyderabad to Chennai, Bangalore, Bhubneshwar and Kolkata

Hyderabad will also be connected to Port Blair via Bangalore which will provide leisure travellers additional travel option ... Read more

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» The MoCA prohibits the use of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 mobile on board an aircraft

The Ministry has advised airlines and travelling public not to turn on or charge the said mobile during flights ... Read more

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» National Tourism Awards 2014-15 is proposed to be presented in the last week of July 2016

Last date for receipt of entries for all categories of awards is 5th July 2016. ... Read more

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» Government plans to develop airports at more tourist spots

Airlines connecting small towns and cities will be given sops like free airport use, cheaper fuel and only 1.2 per cent service tax to operate flights ... Read more

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» Government Permits 100 per cent FDI In Airlines

Foreign investors, barring overseas airlines, can now have up to 100 per cent stake in local carriers ... Read more

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