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Keys Hotels, the mid-market brand of New York-based Berggren Hotels has now launched a new resort in Mahabaleshwar.
The hospitality division of Jaipur-based MRS Group is all set to launch a spa brand called ‘Rait ‘at Suryagarh.
Choice Hotels India, the franchise partner of Choice Hotels International has announced the launch of a new property ‘Comfort Inn Tulip Heights’
The Sri Lanka government in a bid to set up many hotels and resorts will now lease out around 5,500 acres spread across 12 islands, to potential investors who are keen to invest in setting up new properties in the country.
'Hotel Holiday Home’ and ‘Goofa-Ashiana’ in Shimla have been recently awarded with the Certificates of Registration-Quality Management System-ISO 9001 2008 by the BSI Management Systems (United Kingdom).
Air India that operates a fleet of Airbus and Boeing aircraft serving Asia, Europe and North America has now decided to install FTS ( Fire Tracking System) in order to monitor and compare various basic fares, taxes and other charges made by airlines.
Himachal Pradesh in a bid to attract more number of visitors to its state has now decided to introduce houseboats on prominent lakes on the similar lines of Jammu and Kashmir.
The Golden Chariot, a luxury train run by Karnataka State Tourism Development Corporation (KSTDC) that has recently added a new second itinerary called ‘Southern Splendour’ for its Season 3 is slated to be operational in October.
Karnataka tourism department that had recently announced to provide helicopter-tourism facilities for the passengers will soon turn into reality by March 2011.
Anjenary, located off Nashik-Trimbakeshwar Road, about 23 kms from Nashik in North Maharashtra, will soon be turned into a tourism spot before the much-awaited Kumbh Mela kick starts in 2014-15.
Karnataka tourism authorities is all set to introduce special flight packages for Dasara festival which is set to kick start 28th September. The new concessional packages are bound to attract more number of tourists to Karnataka
The sixth edition of Kerala Travel Mart 2010 (KTM) that is set to kick start from September 23-26 at Bolgatty Palace in Kochi has witnessed registration of more than 1,500 participants from India and abroad.
The DoT (Department of Tourism), Government of Karnataka has identified 5 new source markets namely Japan, Scandinavia, China, Spain and South America to create awareness about the destinations and attract key suppliers from these markets.
Malaysia Airlines in order to enhance its flight frequency has now announced the launch of 5 additional flights from Delhi and 2 from Bengaluru to Kuala Lumpur and other Malaysian cities.
South Central Railway (SCR)’s largest project, the Kadapa-Bangalore new railway line, will soon turn into reality as the foundation stone was recently laid at the Kadapa railway station by Minister of state for Railways, KH Muniyappa
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has laid the foundation stone for a newly integrated terminal at the Tirupati Airport (TIR) in Andhra Pradesh on September 1st.
The Bihar tourism department in an attempt to attract more number of visitors to the state will now develop the Ghats of the city, similar on the lines of Varanasi, to increase tourist flow
New Delhi-based Chrysalid Outdoor Learning Centres (COLC) which operates camps and conducts outdoor training activities for corporates and students will be setting up 2 new camps by February 2011
Air India, India's largest and oldest airline will soon introduce daily Mumbai-Abu Dhabi flights effective November 1st thus increasing the frequency from 5 weekly flights to daily flights.
The Himachal Pradesh government in a bid to facilitate pilgrims during the sacred Manimahesh pilgrimage in the remote areas of Chamba district has now introduced chopper service.