Dec 152012
 
SpiceJet All Set To Offer Flights Connecting Delhi and Riyadh

SpiceJet will offer flyers tickets options on new daily direct flights connecting India’s capital, Delhi and Saudi Arabia’s capital Riyadh from January 4, 2013. The carrier will deploy 189-seater Boeing 737 NG aircraft on its new route. SpiceJet All Set To Offer Flights Connecting Delhi and Riyadh International holiday makers who are often to be seen scrambling « Continue Reading »

Nov 162012
 
International Operations by Indian Carriers to Go Up By Oct 2013

Bringing much cheer to international flyers who regularly seek flights tickets for India travel, airlines in the country will be registering a growth of around 58 % in the number of global services from October 2013. In what could be great news for global flyers looking for new and flexible « Continue Reading »

Oct 132012
 

As Indian government allows international airlines to fly large planes into the country, carriers could soon be able to operate the world’s largest passenger aircraft, the Airbus 380, while offering flights tickets for destinations in India. Very soon, travellers booking air tickets on India bound flights would be able to fly on the world’s largest passenger airplane, the Airbus A380. « Continue Reading »

Oct 102012
 

There has been a rise in the number of foreign tourists taking tickets on flights bound for India in September 2012. Compared to same month last year, there has been a rise of 3.2 per cent. Official figures released by India’s tourism department reveal that a more number of foreign tourists are now taking flights tickets to India. In the « Continue Reading »

Oct 102012
 

Many book their cheap tickets on flights for a travel to India during the peak season of winter months. Indeed, this time of the year proves to be most favourable for exploring famed hotspots like Goa, Kerala, Rajasthan, Gulmarg and Delhi. Many travellers who have been to India often fall short of epithets when describing the true essence, vibe and « Continue Reading »

Sep 272012
 

Four international airlines are planning to start flight operations to Kolkata, a popular cultural and economic hotspot of India. It will spell convenience for foreign vacationers and will ensure wider connectivity to them. Foreign travellers looking to book tickets on flights to Kolkata, one of the largest cities in India, will soon have more options to choose as four international « Continue Reading »

Sep 252012
 

India’s Visa on Arrival scheme has become highly popular among holidaymakers catching flights to the country. It registered an impressive rise of 25.3 percent during the January-August 2012 as compared to the same period last year. India’s Visa on Arrival (VoA) service is gaining popularity among a number of foreign holidaymakers taking flights to the country. As per a recent « Continue Reading »

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