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Air India under probe for financial mismanagement New Delhi, June 1, 2017
India's Central Bureau of Investigation (CIB) has filed cases against unidentified persons from the Ministry of Civil Aviation, Air India and others for suspect decisions made under an earlier government regime that resulted in heavy losses for the state-run airline.
 

Bali's first Mumbai flight lifts prospects for Indian market Ade Siregar, Jakarta, May 26, 2017
Indonesian trade players are sanguine about AirAsia X Indonesia's new Mumbai-Bali service launched on May 19, which marked the first LCC service between both countries.
 

Exotic Voyages traverses three new destinations Hanoi, May 18, 2017
Vietnam-based luxury operator Exotic Voyages is adding a trio of new destinations - Oman, Japan and India - to its programmes.
 

More AirAsia flights take off from secondary hubs S Puvaneswary, Kuala Lumpur and Sepang, May 3, 2017
AirAsia has unveiled more domestic routes from its secondary hubs in Malaysia as well as several new connections to China and India launching this year.
 

Indian luxe market on ascent in Philippines Rosa Ocampo, Manila, April 27, 2017
For a market that has traditionally been dominated by group tours, India is starting to show signs of maturing with more luxury travellers opting for the Philippines.
 

Liquor ban leaves Indian hotels high and dry Rohit Kaul, New Delhi, April 17, 2017
A ban on liquor sales at establishments within 500m of state and national highways, effective April 1, has struck a serious blow to India's hotel industry.
 

New hotels: April 10-13, 2017 April 13, 2017
The latest hotel openings and announcements made this week
 

Tepid reactions to Air India's new incentive scheme Rohit Kaul, New Delhi, April 11, 2017
Air India's announcement to reward IATA agents with two per cent incentive on top of the original one per cent commission beginning April 1 has drawn mixed response from travel agent associations in the country.
 

India eases e-visa rules, adds two new categories Rohit Kaul, New Delhi, April 7, 2017
The Indian government has from April 1 eased visa regulations, allowing tourists coming into the country on e-visa to stay for up to two months instead one and double-entry benefits. Furthermore, the window for e-visa application is now extended from the earlier 30 days to 120 days.
 

India sees seeds of German return Xinyi Liang-Pholsena, Berlin, March 13, 2017
India tour operators have noted tentative signs of improvement in German inbound tourism, following a decline in recent years as global negative coverage of the rape cases in India affected the destination's image and deterred some German tourists from visiting.