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Cordelia Cruises introduces first time ever cruising experience from Tamil Nadu to Sri Lanka

Cordelia Cruises introduces first time ever cruising experience from Tamil Nadu to Sri Lanka– a never seen before journey, an unforgettable experience and a journey as beautiful as the destination!  Cordelia Cruises, the only one of its kind holiday destination, makes Her debut in Chennai. It is from here that you could opt for a scintillating holiday by sea to Sri Lanka. The itineraries they offer are versatile with options that are spread over a number of days as well as room categories to meet everybody’s needs and requirements.  Cordelia Cruises by Waterways Leisure Tourism Pvt ltd is India’s only premium Cruise liner. True to its name, Cordelia Cruises promotes and drives the Cruises culture in India through experiences that are curated for Indian families, customized, stylish, luxurious, and most importantly, inherently Indian. 

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Online travel industry projected to reach $765.3 billion by 2025, with COVID-19 driving digitization says GlobalData 

As per GlobalData, COVID-19 has accelerated the need for companies in the travel and tourism industry to rapidly invest in digital strategies, including the global online travel market, which is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 8% between 2022 and 2025 to reach $765.3 billion. If companies do not engage in a strong digital strategy, their competitors will gain a larger portion of the market, warns the analytics firm 

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TAT emphasis on special interest groups while supporting the ‘Thai-Indian Air Travel Bubble’ 

Thailand’s Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) has greenlighted the proposed ‘Thai-Indian Air Travel Bubble’ arrangement, a decision which now awaits Cabinet approval. In line with the ‘Visit Thailand Year 2022: Amazing New Chapters’ marketing campaign, TAT is focusing on further building the Indian market with a particular emphasis on special interest groups with high spending; such as, weddings and honeymoons, golf, millennials, and digital nomads. Among the activities include familiarisation trips and business events.  

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Standard Chartered partners with IATA to launch IATA Pay in India 

Standard Chartered announced it has partnered with the International Air Transport Association (IATA) to launch IATA Pay in India. IATA Pay, which is already available in several European markets, is an airline industry payment platform that brings optionality, convenience and an enhanced experience to consumers when purchasing tickets directly from participating airlines. The service leverages the Unified Payment Interface (UPI), a domestic real-time payments scheme in India, thereby enabling consumers to instantly pay for airline tickets from their bank accounts. 

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ANTO webinar ‘Tirol-Your dream destination 2022’ today at 3 pm IST 

Austrian National Tourist Office (ANTO) is organising a webinar titled ‘Tirol-Your dream destination 2022’ for the travel trade today, 25th February, 2022 at 3 pm IST. Attendees would be able to explore the various offerings of Tirol through the online show. Register on https://event.webinarjam.com/register/366/rymlobq7 or contact jaspreet.kaur@ddppl.com or call +91 9650196532. 

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IATA reports an increase of 11% in international ticket sales compared to 2019 sales

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) released data showing growing momentum in the recovery of air travel as restrictions are lifted. IATA reported a sharp 11% increase for international tickets sold in recent weeks in proportion to 2019 sales. The jump in ticket sales comes as more governments announce a relaxation of COVID-19 border restrictions. An IATA survey of travel restrictions for the world’s top 50 air travel markets (comprising 92% of global demand in 2019 as measured by revenue passenger kilometers) revealed the growing access available to vaccinated travelers. 

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Dubai relaxes curbs for air passengers from India, Lifts requirement for Rapid PCR test before boarding

Dubai on Tuesday removed the requirements for Indian travellers to undergo rapid RTPCR at Indian airports before departing to UAE. An advisory issued by the Dubai Airport updated the travel requirements for passengers from India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Pakistan.  The fresh advisory requires Indian nationals to produce a negative COVID-19 test certificate taken up to 48 hours before the scheduled departure of the flight, from an approved health service provider. The passengers will require to undergo a PCR test upon their arrival in Dubai. 

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Mystifly adds an extension Multi-City Search feature to their platform

Singapore based travel tech leader Mystifly today unveiled an extension Multi-City Search feature to their existing Airline Shopping and Retailing Hub (ASRHub) platform. The new Multi-City Search is an advanced flight search feature that makes searching and booking consecutive one-way flights between multiple destinations quicker, easier and tapping into multiple local pricing in a single request.  

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Cordelia Cruises to conduct a webinar for the travel trade today at 3pm IST

Cordelia Cruises will conduct a webinar for the travel trade highlighting new opportunities for them today at 3pm IST. The webinar will highlight the popular products and services as well provide updates and news for the 2022 travel season. To register, contact jaspreet.kaur@ddppl.com or 9650196532 or register directly at – https://event.webinarjam.com/register/365/wy0z2b3lw

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India and Australia sign Memorandum of Understanding for Tourism cooperation 

India and Australia have signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for Tourism cooperation in the field of Tourism on 11th February 2022 in New Delhi. The MoU on behalf of Ministry of Tourism, Government of India, was signed by Piyush Goyal, Minister of Commerce & Industry, Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution and Textiles and on behalf of Government of Australia it was signed by The Hon Dan Tehan MP, Minister of Trade, Tourism and Investment. The MoU will facilitate Exchange of information and data related to tourism, Cooperation between tourism stakeholders, particularly hotels and tour operators, Cooperation and exchanges between training and education providers in tourism and hospitality, Investment in the tourism and hospitality sectors, Visits of tour operators and wholesalers, media and opinion makers, High quality, safe, ethical and sustainable tourism development, Interest in major cultural, artistic and sporting events, Opportunities for traveler education on applicable laws, rules and instructions in each other’s country and Enhanced tourism engagement in multilateral fora

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