Articles tagged “religious travel”

Tourism

India Slashes Global Marketing Budget: ‘The Joke’s on Us’ — India Report

India’s Union Budget had it all for tourism — the good (domestic tourism boost), the bad (no clarity on travel tax, 60% cut in regional connectivity scheme allocation) and the ugly (a 97% slash in overseas promotion).

India Slashes Global Marketing Budget: ‘The Joke’s on Us’ — India Report

Tourism

#BoycottMaldives Impact: Indian Arrivals Fall to 5th Place – India Report

India's emergence as an outbound tourism powerhouse, prompts the question of whether Maldives can afford to overlook this market for an extended period.

#BoycottMaldives Impact: Indian Arrivals Fall to 5th Place – India Report

Hotels

Ayodhya’s $10 Billion Revamp Sparks Ambitious Tourism Projections: India Report

Despite the surge in online travel searches, the ultimate success in reaching the 50 million tourist goal for Ayodhya hinges on translating the ambitious infrastructure plans into tangible reality.

Ayodhya’s $10 Billion Revamp Sparks Ambitious Tourism Projections: India Report

Airlines

Indigo and Air India See More Domestic Flights This Winter: India Report

As Go First’s operations remain suspended and financially-troubled SpiceJet’s schedule shrinks, Indigo and Air India will shoulder the bulk of responsibilities in the Indian aviation industry.

Indigo and Air India See More Domestic Flights This Winter: India Report

Tourism

Skift India Report: India Pushes Cleanliness Standards for Tourism Businesses

While 'cleanliness is next to godliness' may not consistently reflect India's outlook, the nation is recognizing its importance to attract both domestic and international tourists. Initiatives such as the rating framework hold significant value in evaluating and enhancing the cleanliness standards of tourism establishments.

Skift India Report: India Pushes Cleanliness Standards for Tourism Businesses

Online Travel

Indians Are Traveling but Want a Good Deal. Plus: Cricket Fever

There has been a fundamental change in the way Indians perceive and engage with travel. As India continues to be a significant source of outbound tourism, destinations worldwide must recognize this changing landscape and adapt their offerings accordingly.

Indians Are Traveling but Want a Good Deal. Plus: Cricket Fever

Tourism

Hajj Tourism Up This Year, Along With Rising Prices

While diversification efforts are underway to expand Saudi Arabia's tourism sector beyond religious tourism, the hajj pilgrimage continues to be a vital pillar of the country's tourism and economic landscape.

Hajj Tourism Up This Year, Along With Rising Prices

Tourism

Skift India Daily: Air India’s Latest Flex Will Make It Harder for Foreign Airlines to Gain Access

As India grows its aviation market, the government is making sure that its homegrown airlines have an advantage over foreign carriers. However, will Indian carriers rise to the occasion?

Skift India Daily: Air India’s Latest Flex Will Make It Harder for Foreign Airlines to Gain Access

Tourism

Saudi Arabia to Spend $1 Trillion Over a Decade to Build a Global Tourism Economy

With a goal to attract 100 million tourists a year by 2030, Saudi Arabia realizes that it will have to promote itself aggressively as a leisure destination. A trillion dollars looks pretty aggressive.

Saudi Arabia to Spend $1 Trillion Over a Decade to Build a Global Tourism Economy

Tourism

Saudi Arabia’s Bold Global Tourism Efforts Gain Traction But With Locals For Now

Saudi Arabia has unwittingly learned that to open its doors to international leisure travelers, a good start is to first open the hearts of its own local population to discover the country's unique destinations.

Saudi Arabia’s Bold Global Tourism Efforts Gain Traction But With Locals For Now