Thursday, January 17, 2013

Travel & Tourism Fair Comes to an End in Bangalore

Travel & Tourism Fair (TTF) that was being held in Bangalore, India concluded recently. The event saw massive enthusiasm from the representatives of both domestic and international markets.

The fair started on 11th January, Friday and concluded on 13th Jan, Sunday. TTF is India’s biggest network of travel festivals and remains a top feature on the industry’s calendar. This time the event saw participation from more than 225 participants from all over the world, including a representation from 20 states in India and eight countries. China was the Feature Country this year and a sizable entourage grabbed hold of tickets deals on India bound flights from the nation. The event also had representation from Canada, Egypt, Singapore, Turkey and the USA.

India’s tourism scene is slowly but surely blossoming into a top performer with events like TTF offering the much-needed spur and beckoning people to look for flights tickets for visiting India. According to govt figures, six million foreign tourists took flights tickets and arrived in India in 2012. Experts worldwide feel that only bigger things can be expected from India’s tourism with more and more people expected to get hold of tickets on flights to the country. Along with FTAs that is witnessing considerable rise, domestic travel is also witnessing a boom with massive rise in people booking flights tickets for one city to another in India.

Travellers who took part in this year’s TTF were able to get access to vital info regarding destinations in India, hotel rates, flights tickets deals and package tours.

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