Manas Dwivedi

45 stakeholders from Singapore confirmed at STB India Virtual Show

LIM Si Ting, Area Director, India & South Asia (Mumbai), International Group, STB has said that the STB India Virtual Tradeshow will be a great opportunity for the trade to establish new business prospects and strengthen existing connections with 45 confirmed stakeholders from Singapore, comprising airlines, hotels, DMCs, attractions and cruise lines. “Let’s prepare ourselves for tourism restart.” Register Register now at www, email:, call: +919650196532.    

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SpiceJet to connect Mumbai with Ras Al-Khaimah from 15th January

SpiceJet has announced the launch of 21 new domestic and international flights including the introduction of two weekly flights from Mumbai to Ras Al-Khaimah from 15th January. It will also increase frequency on the Delhi- Ras Al-Khaimah sector to 4 flights a week. SpiceJet will be the first airline to connect Jharsuguda with direct flights to Mumbai & Bengaluru.  

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World Bank signs US$105 million project to improve waterways in West Bengal

The Government of India, the Government of West Bengal and the World Bank signed a US$ 105 million project to improve the inland water transport infrastructure in Kolkata, West Bengal. In the first phase, the project will enhance the capacity and improve the safety of the Inland Water Transport system; including rehabilitating existing jetties and buying new ferries.

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Tourism Minister attends IITTM’s Board of Governors Meetings

Tourism Minister Prahlad Singh Patel on Wednesday virtually attended the 39th Board of Governors Meetings of the Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management (IITTM) along with other office bearers at the Ministry of Tourism headquarters in Delhi. He announced the commencement of a national competition in Kargil from January 25 during the meeting.

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STB India Virtual Tradeshow to kick-off on 12th January for South India

Singapore Tourism Virtual Tradeshow is all set to be kicked-off on 12th January 2021, for the travel trade in South India. The virtual event will have around 40 Singapore partners showcasing their products and interacting with the buyers from all the regions. To register, log on to or contact Jaspreet Kaur at, or +91-9650196532. GB Srithar, Regional Director, India, Middle East & South Asia, Singapore Tourism Board, “The dates are spread out so that we can interact by region, and we can have deeper and more engaged conversations. It is going to be our way of reconnecting with the Indian travel trade early in the year.”

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New seaplane services proposed from Delhi, Mumbai and Surat

The Ministry of Ports, Shipping, and Waterways has announced that it has commenced the process of operating seaplanes on select routes from the hubs cities of Delhi, Mumbai and Surat to various tourist sport of the North and West India. To run such services, the authorities are keen to associate with interested scheduled/non-scheduled airline operators.

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