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Gautam Buddha Int’l Airport construction to be completed in three years

Bhairahawa : Nepal Prime Minister Sushil Koirala laid foundation stone of the Gautam Buddha International Airport in Bhairahawa today. Addressing a function in Bhairahawa , Premier Koirala urged the construction company responsible for the airport construction to pay special attention to maintaining the quality and standards of works. Prime Minister Koirala said investors were excited in investing in all areas of such ambitious development projects like the construction of the Gautam Buddha International Airport. Noting that the Lumbini
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Chinese overseas trips surpassed 100 million in 11 months of 2014

Beijing: The number of outbound tourist departures from the mainland China has exceeded 100 million in a calendar year for the first time, the China National Tourism Administration announced. The milestone was reached at the end of November. Nearly 90 percent of departures were to Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan and Asian countries. The number of departures has been growing steadily for years, boosted by simplified visa application procedures and tailoured travel services. "It is a landmark for the
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Tourist visitors spend $19.1 billion in US in September 2014

NTTo WASHINGTON, DC - The National Travel and Tourism Office (NTTO) recently announced that international visitors spent $19.1 billion on travel to, and tourism-related activities within, the United States in September, an increase of nearly 7 percent when compared to September 2013. "Travel and tourism continues to be a bright star in our economy. Our international guests spent more than $600 million a day in September," Selig said.
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SAARC summit commits to make South Asia a common tourist destination

Kathmandu: The 18th Summit of Heads of States and Governments of eight South Asian countries concluded here today endorsing 36 point 'Kathmandu Declaration'. The foreign ministers of eight member countries of South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) signed SAARC Framework Agreement on Energy Cooperation (Electricity) at the concluding ceremony of the summit held here today. The chairperson of 18th SAARC Summit and Nepal's Prime Minister Sushil Koirala said that the summit has given a new impetus
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Indian President wishes Bhutan success in tourism sector

Thimphu: President Pranab Mukherjee on Saturday observed that tourism will get a further boost in Bhutan with the latter designating the year 2015 as "Visit Bhutan Year" and wished success to the Bhutanese government in this regard. "The commencement of a flight from Paro to Mumbai has, I believe, led to a significant rise in the numbers of tourists from Western India [to Bhutan]. The year 2015 has been designated as the 'Visit Bhutan Year'. I
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More than 106 countries participating at China International Travel Mart-2014

Shanghai, China: A total of 2,427 exhibitors and 1, 200 buyers from 106 countries are participating at the Asia's largest travel trade show this year. Asia's largest professional travel mart - China International Travel Mart (CITM) 2014 kicked off at New International Expo Center here today. Vice Mayor of Shanghai Municipal People's Government Zhao Wen,opening the CITM -2014, said that inbound , outbound and domestic tourism has been flourishing in China in recent years. More than 106
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International tourist arrivals worldwide grew by 5%

Madrid : International tourist arrivals worldwide grew by 5% during the first eight months of 2014 according to the latest UNWTO World Tourism Barometer. Despite geopolitical challenges and a lingering economic recovery, tourism demand was strong during the northern hemisphere high season of June to August. International tourists (overnight visitors) travelling the world between January and August 2014 reached 781 million, 36 million more than in the same period of 2013. With a 5% increase, international
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Indian President wishes Bhutan success in tourism sector

Thimphu: President Pranab Mukherjee on Saturday observed that tourism will get a further boost in Bhutan with the latter designating the year 2015 as "Visit Bhutan Year" and wished success to the Bhutanese government in this regard. "The commencement of a flight from Paro to Mumbai has, I believe, led to a significant rise in the numbers of tourists from Western India [to Bhutan]. The year 2015 has been designated as the 'Visit Bhutan Year'. I
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UNWTO & WTM Ministers’ Summit: the legacy imperative of mega events

London : Participants at the UNWTO & World Travel Market (WTM) Ministers' Summit stressed that "immense synergies" between mega-events and tourism should be used to generate long-time benefits for the destination and its people. The impact of public exposure during international events, coupled with investments in infrastructure, represents one of the key long-term potentials of mega events. This was the key message coming out of the eighth UNWTO & WTM Ministers' Summit under the theme, "Tourism
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World Travel Market – 2014 gets down to business

London: Visitors to World Travel Market, the leading global event for the travel industry, got down to business from the start of the first day, with key new business contacts being made at the WTM Speed Networking event. Members of the World Travel Market Buyers' Club met a wide range of exhibitors during the hour-long speed networking session. Paul Cowley, Operations Director, The Travel Rep Ltd, on behalf of Enable Holidays, said: "I have done all four
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