1. Are You Ready For The Breathtaking Hornbill Fest in Nagaland This Year?
With the greatest enthusiasm and fervour, Nagaland is ready to start making incredible preparations for the most iconic Hornbill Festival, which will run from December 1-10 this year. According to H. Khehovi Yepthomi, adviser for tourism and art & culture, it will take place in Naga Heritage Village, Kisama. Showcasing this state's rich culture, customs, and tribes will be a major focus of this festival.
2. Hyderabad Bagged "World Green Cities Award 2022"
Hyderabad was honoured to win the "World Green Cities Award," beating out other foreign cities, including Mexico City, Bogota, Paris, Fortaleza, and Montreal in Brazil. It was a proud moment for India. The city received the World Green Cities Award 2022 for the Inclusive Growth and Economic Recovery category. Held in Jeju, South Korea, the award was presented by the International Association of Horticulture Producers (APIH)
3. Itanagar’s Hollongi Airport is Ready to Commence its Operations
Following a successful test landing, the Hollongi Airport, known as Donyi Polo Airport, is prepared to start operations. Arunachal Pradesh’s Chief Minister, Prem Khandu, shared that "Glad to announce @IndiGo6E flight conducted a successful test landing at Donyi Polo Airport, Itanagar, on Tuesday. It is a significant time as we work tirelessly to assure travel convenience in our state. Thank you to everyone who contributed to making people's lives easier!”
4. Excited About Bhutan's Prominent Royal Highland Festival?
Bhutan is ready to kick off the massive preparations for the Royal Highland celebration in Laya, Gasa, on October 23. According to the Bhutan Tourism Council, the carnival was launched by His Majesty the King of Bhutan in 2016 to stimulate the nation's economy and advance highland culture. Get ready to be awed by the festival's grandeur and to explore Gasa Dzongkhag's charms and beauty as they celebrate the culture of the nomadic highland people of Bhutan, hidden in the country.
5. New Flight Operations for ITA Airways Will Fly From New Delhi To Rome
Beginning on December 4, ITA Airways will offer nonstop flights from New Delhi to Rome and other destinations, including Italy, Europe, North America, and South America. With cutting-edge contemporary technology and amenities, it will operate three times each week with enough room for passengers on long-distance routes. IATA travel agents in India may now sell tickets for the airline because it is now listed on the Billing and Settlement Plan (BSP) India.Click to Book Flights
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