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TBO Tek's Mega IPO, Air India-Vistara Merger and Visa Waiver Extensions - skift.com - Saudi Arabia - Qatar - India - Thailand - Sri Lanka - city Doha, Qatar - city Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
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24.05.2024 / 11:07

TBO Tek's Mega IPO, Air India-Vistara Merger and Visa Waiver Extensions

From TBO Tek’s IPO launch and Akasa Air’s international network to the future of Vistara’s loyalty program post its merger with Air India, join Skift Asia Editor Peden Doma Bhutia and India Reporter Bulbul Dhawan as they discuss some of the biggest headlines from India.

India's Tourism Setback: Sharp Drop in Travel Ranking Since 2019 - skift.com - Britain - Brazil - China - India
skift.com
22.05.2024 / 14:21

India's Tourism Setback: Sharp Drop in Travel Ranking Since 2019

India has experienced a significant drop in the World Economic Forum’s travel and tourism rankings since 2019, falling 10 places to the 39th position. This decline has come despite the sector’s overall growth and the nation’s natural and cultural assets.

India's Travel Sector Is Creating Jobs; Risk of a Worker Shortage - skift.com - Britain - India - Sri Lanka - city Mumbai - city Delhi
skift.com
22.05.2024 / 14:21

India's Travel Sector Is Creating Jobs; Risk of a Worker Shortage

The hotel, restaurant, and tourism sectors in India are estimated to generate about 200,000 jobs within the next 12 to 18 months, according to recruitment company TeamLease Services. About 50% of these jobs are expected to be created by the hotel industry, Economic Times reported.

Revenue of Indian Airport Operators to Top 15% - India Report - skift.com - India
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21.05.2024 / 03:43

Revenue of Indian Airport Operators to Top 15% - India Report

The revenue of Indian airport operators is expected to increase by 15% to 17% in the 2024-25 financial year, according to credit rating agency ICRA. The agency added that the overall air passenger traffic in India in 2024-25 will grow by 8% to 11%, with 407 million to 418 million air passengers.

This Romantic Hotel In Rajasthan Belongs On Your India Travel Wish List - forbes.com - Switzerland - India
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20.05.2024 / 09:57

This Romantic Hotel In Rajasthan Belongs On Your India Travel Wish List

“Royal families used to support artists. Now it’s tourism that keeps art and tradition alive,” says Avijit Singh, the director of India’s House of Rohet group of small luxury hotels. He’s speaking about his family’s ancestral home, Rohet Garh, their city hotel in Jodhpur and their most magical tourism endeavor so far, Mihir Garh.

Air India-Vistara Loyalty Programs: How Will They Be Combined? - skift.com - India
skift.com
17.05.2024 / 19:39

Air India-Vistara Loyalty Programs: How Will They Be Combined?

As the merger of Air India and Vistara airlines picks up steam, the process of merging their loyalty programs has also begun.

TBO Tek Makes Strong Stock Market Debut - India Report - skift.com - India - Cambodia
skift.com
16.05.2024 / 09:21

TBO Tek Makes Strong Stock Market Debut - India Report

Travel distribution platform TBO Tek made a strong debut on the Indian stock market on Wednesday. Its shares were listed at 50% premium over its IPO issue price on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) in the morning and at 55% premium on the National Stock Exchange (NSE). 

Air India-Vistara Merger Picks Up Steam - India Report - skift.com - Singapore - city Singapore - India - county Will - city Mumbai - county Campbell - Kuwait - city Doha - city Jeddah - city Ahmedabad
skift.com
15.05.2024 / 03:55

Air India-Vistara Merger Picks Up Steam - India Report

The merging of Air India and Vistara seems ahead of schedule, according to reports in Indian media that cite Air India CEO Campbell Wilson’s comments at a town hall meeting with the employees.

Akasa Air's Plan to Expand Beyond India - skift.com - Saudi Arabia - Qatar - India - city Mumbai - city Delhi - county Gulf - city Doha, Qatar - Kuwait - city Riyadh - city Jeddah - city Kuwait
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13.05.2024 / 03:25

Akasa Air's Plan to Expand Beyond India

India’s newest airline, Akasa Air, made its international debut in Doha, Qatar in March — just 19 months after its launch.

You’ll see this everywhere: South Indian filter coffee - lonelyplanet.com - India - city Mumbai - city Bangalore - Yemen
lonelyplanet.com
09.05.2024 / 18:29

You’ll see this everywhere: South Indian filter coffee

India may be famous for its fragrant, spice-infused chai, but in Bengaluru (Bangalore) and elsewhere across South India, another hot caffeinated drink reigns supreme.

Air India Express Cancels Over 80 Flights on Thursday - skift.com - India
skift.com
09.05.2024 / 15:33

Air India Express Cancels Over 80 Flights on Thursday

Air India’s low-cost subsidiary Air India Express canceled 85 flights on Thursday amid mass sick leave by cabin crew. The cancellations affected almost one-quarter of its entire flying program. In a statement, the airline said that it would operate 283 flights on Thursday. 

The Enduring Influence of India and the Middle East on Cartier's Jewelry - cntraveler.com - France - Usa - India - Ottoman - city Abu Dhabi - Egypt - city Kolkata - city Delhi - Bahrain - Iran - Oman - county Gulf - city Dubai - city Hyderabad
cntraveler.com
09.05.2024 / 14:51

The Enduring Influence of India and the Middle East on Cartier's Jewelry

The sun-drenched sepia photograph shows a dapper European, handkerchief in pocket, cigarette in hand, sitting among a row of men dressed in bisht and keffiyeh. The moment was captured during Jacques Cartier's first visit to the Persian Gulf in 1911, on his way back to London from Delhi—part of a sales trip encouraged by his father, Alfred, then the head of Cartier. The decline of the Ottoman Empire and the 1905 Persian Constitutional Revolution had flooded Europe's artistic centers with new influences, forging an aesthetic then known as “the Muslim arts.” Eager to learn more, Jacques spent four months traveling throughout Asia and the Middle East, rifling through bazaars and emporiums and mixing with high society.

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