Cheval Collection launches enhanced commission rate for India Market
Cheval Collection is offering an enhanced commission rate of 15% for all new bookings made in London and Edinburgh for stays between January 1, 2024 and March 31, 2024. Cheval Collection is an award-winning hospitality group with thirteen luxury all-apartment locations in London, Edinburgh and Dubai.
Fitch assigns positive outlook to Philadelphia International Airport Bonds
Fitch Ratings, one of the world’s leading financial ratings agencies, has assigned a positive outlook to Philadelphia International Airport’s (PHL) Revenue Bonds and affirmed its ‘A’ rating on $1.45 billion of debt.
Indian Railways plans to extend Vande Bharat trains to Ayodhya
In a major development, Indian Railways is planning to extend its operation between Gorakhpur and Lucknow to Prayagraj even as preparations are going on to launch another Vande Bharat train, which will operate between Anand Vihar, Lucknow, and Ayodhya.
Air India Express unveils brand sonic identity
Air India Express infused a festive spirit in its signature sonic identity, infusing holiday vibes to its brand music in-flight. Alongside the festive addition, Air India Express also recorded a Middle Eastern version of its sonic identity. The sonic identity of Air India Express was developed in a meticulous three-stage process.
Fortune Ranjit Vihar, Amritsar inaugurates the very first ‘Nakshatra’
Fortune Ranjit Vihar has touched a new and significant milestone in the Fortune Hotels’ brand journey by introducing its latest F&B proposition, Nakshatra – a sky dining restaurant. Nakshatra will offer an eclectic dining experience.
“This was a great year for us, launching new airlines and expanding our airline operations to tier I & II cities, we have seen exponential growth in our airline management business with the increase in both passenger traffic and revenues. We have also observed a major shift in travel trends this year as more passengers opt for non-stop flights and are open to exploring new destinations for leisure and MICE. The easing and opening of visas on arrival has helped to increase the traffic to those countries. The forward booking trends for 2024 looks great, and we foresee a great year for outbound travel with more international airlines proactively looking to enter and expand in the Indian market, opening new routes and destinations.”
Executive Vice President, Bird Group