Latest Travel Highlights | September 2022

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No More Airfare Caps Says The Aviation Ministry

The Ministry of Civil Aviation has opted to waive the price restrictions on domestic airfare in light of recent developments in daily demand and growth. All airlines now have the right to set their own pricing on domestic routes, eliminating the requirement for air ticket regulation based on fare restrictions. 'Stabilisation has crept in, and they are optimistic that the industry will expand in domestic traffic in the coming years,' Jyotiraditya Scindia stated.

Nagaland Welcomes A New Railway Station After 100 Years

Nagaland is delighted with the new railway service that links it directly to Arunachal Pradesh by extending the Donyi Polo Express to Shokhuvi Railway Station. The establishment of Nagaland's second railway station after a century represents a significant milestone in the state's history. The NFR general manager remarked that this is an accomplishment to be proud of for Indian railways, adding that NFR is working hard to connect all capitals of northeastern states to railways in a reasonable timeframe.

Thai Authorities To Set Visa Extensions From 1 October 2022

Thai authorities are looking forward to broadening their tourist sectors, contributing to the country's economy, and stimulating the upcoming peak travel season in the country by increasing the duration of stay for visitors from India and 17 other nations from 15 days to 30 days. This will apply from October 1, 2022, until March 31, 2023.

Royal Caribbean International To Feature SpaceX Starlink 

Royal Caribbean International intends to offer the ’s strongest high-speed, low-latency internet connections for an enhanced onboard experience for passengers and crew, with development commencing immediately and expected to be finished by the first quarter of 2023. Elon Musk's broadband service will be implemented on Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises, and Silverseas Cruise Ships, as well as new cruisers for each brand.

Luxury Cruise Tourism Back In The Game From November Onwards

The very first cruise ship is scheduled to call on the new Mangalore Harbour Trust port on November 28th, according to cruise tourism stakeholders. Cruise tourism in the coastal district will begin in November. It will go until March or April to attract thousands of international visitors to the area and boost the local economy. Furthermore, NMPT provides facilities for the streamlined handling of cruise vessels, such as priority berthing on arrival, concessional port charges, berthing facilities that can accommodate cruise vessels up to 311 metres in overall length, a full-functioning cruise lounge, immigration facilities, and medical facilities. 

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