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The Fern Hotels reopens 30 properties across India, Nepal

The Fern Hotels & Resorts, India’s leading environmentally sensitive hotel chain has resumed operations in 30 properties across eight states in India and in Nepal, Noshir A Marfatia, Senior Vice President – Sales &

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IATA  lauds Qatar Airways’ Dedicated Mission to Take People Home 

Qatar Airways’ share of international traffic more than triple its nearest competitor in April  New independent data from the International Air Transport Association (IATA) clearly reaffirms Qatar Airways as the airline

Safety First: Hotels’ New Mantra to Win Guest Confidence

In the Unlock 1.0 that came into force on 1st June, the Government of India relaxed many restrictions of the lockdown 4.0 that ended on 31st May. Under the new

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Air Travel: After April Passenger Demand Trough, First Signals of Uptick

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced that demand for air services is beginning to recover after hitting bottom in April. Passenger demand in April (measured in revenue passenger kilometres

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A Fragrant Journey Through Bikaner

By Pradeep Chamaria  Royal effluences and culinary delights As you walk through the sensory streets, the Rajasthani city of Bikaner reveals itself; amazing aromas fill up your nose and the

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Unlocking tourism: long way to go before returning to normalcy

Last three months have been the worst time for the global tourism industry. The massive spread of the coronavirus or COVID-19 all over the world brought the world’s tourism to

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RESTRICTIONS ON TOURISM TRAVEL STARTING TO EASE BUT CAUTION REMAINS: UNWTO

3% of all global destinations have now taken steps to ease travel restrictions. The world is slowly opening up again, new research from the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) indicates, with

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