Travel and Tourism Fair 2012, a huge travel show responsible for boosting demand of India-bound flights, successfully concluded recently. The 100th edition of the event witnessed participation from 21 Indian states and 6 countries.

The 100th edition of Travel and Tourism Fair (TTF) concluded recently with a record attendance of more than 11,000 visitors, revealed various media sources.

The event was organized in Mumbai from September 7 to 9, 2012. The exposition saw a great deal of energy put in by around 150 participants, both from domestic and international markets. 21 Indian states and 6 countries participated in the fest, making it a huge success.

Sources revealed that the thriving states of Rajasthan, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, Lakshadweep and Kerala exhibited their tourist attractions to attract foreign visitors to hop on India bound flights for the upcoming holiday season.

The benchmark event witnessed a sizeable international presence from the feature country, UK. Bhutan, China, Dubai, Japan and Maldives also made their presence felt in the expo as they showcased their offerings in an endeavour to tempt travellers from India to look for international flights to their country for leisurely breaks and business prospects.

UK’s initiative, VisitBritain conducted workshops to brief tour operators about the attractions of Great Britain, that have long been the reason for soaring high demand of flights tickets to the country.

TTF is one of country’s biggest expositions and popular cities like Chennai, Bangalore, New Delhi and Mumbai will to host this expo, next year.

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