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Title: Travel and Tourism in India to 2019


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Travel and Tourism in India to 2019
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Summary
Travel and Tourism in India to 2019 provides
detailed information on the Indian tourism
sector, analyzing market data and providing
insights. This report provides a better
understanding of tourism flows, tourist
expenditure, airlines, hotels, car rental, and
travel intermediaries. The report brings together
Canadeans research, modeling, and analysis
expertise in order to develop uniquely detailed
market data. This allows domestic and foreign
companies to identify the market dynamics and
discover which segments will see growth in the
coming years.
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Key Findings Indias travel tourism sector
performed well during the historic period
(20102014), with growth recorded in both
domestic and international tourist volumes. The
main factor for growth in international tourist
inflow was the implementation of the Tourist Visa
on Arrival (TVoA) scheme for 12 countries in
2010, followed by the Electronic Travel
Authorization (ETA)-enabled TVoA scheme for 43
countries. Increased promotional events, road
shows, participation in international Travel
Fairs and Exhibitions, and expansion of low cost
carriers also contributed to the growth in
domestic and inbound tourism. .
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The new government, formed in May 2014, took
several initiatives during the year to strengthen
the countrys tourism sector. The government has
set a target to achieve a 1 share in global
tourism arrivals by 2018. According to Canadean,
India received 7.3 million international arrivals
in 2014, a representing 0.6 share of global
tourism arrivals in 2014. The government has
launched an initiative, Make in India, to
attract domestic and foreign companies to
manufacture their products in India and transform
the country into a manufacturing hub. To achieve
this objective, the government is working towards
ease of doing business and will focus on 25
sectors, including tourism and hospitality.
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The Indian government implemented the first
phase of ETA-enabled TVoA for 43 countries who
want to visit India for sightseeing, visiting
family and friends, rejuvenation, casual business
visits, and short-duration medical tours in
2014.The scheme simplifies the visa application
process and encourages tourist inflow to the
country. The facility is available at nine
International airports Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai,
Kolkata, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Thiruvananthapuram,
Kochi, and Goa. During the month of its launch,
December 2014, there was 421.6 annual growth in
international arrivals compared to the same
period in the previous year, with Delhi airport
having the highest percentage of total TVoA
requests.
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To strengthen the air connectivity
domestically, the new government announced during
the Union Budget 2014 that it will develop 200
low-cost airports in Tier II and Tier III cities
in the next 20 years. To keep operating and
service costs minimal, these airports will have
only basic infrastructure. During the 12th Plan
(2012-2017), INR1.5 billion (US21.8 million)was
allocated for the development of non-metro
airports, whose share is expected to increase
from30 of total air traffic in 2012 to 45 on
completion. SynopsisThe report provides
detailed market analysis, information, and
insights, including Historic and forecast
tourist volumes covering the entire Indian Travel
Tourism sector
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Detailed analysis of tourist spending patterns
in India for various categories in the Travel
Tourism sector, such as accommodation,
sightseeing and entertainment, foodservice,
transportation, retail, travel intermediaries,
and others Detailed market classification
across each category, with analysis using similar
metrics Detailed analysis of the airline,
hotel, car rental, and travel intermediaries
industries Reasons To Buy Make strategic
business decisions using historic and forecast
market data related to Indian Travel Tourism
sector Understand the demand-side dynamics
within the Indian Travel Tourism sector, along
with key market trends and growth opportunities
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Table of Contents
  1. Executive Summary
  2. Tourism Flows
  3. Airlines
  4. Hotels
  5. Car Rental
  6. Travel Intermediaries
  7. Tourism Board Profile
  8. Airport Profiles
  9. Company Profiles - Airlines
  10. Company Profiles - Hotels

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Contents, please visit Travel and Tourism in
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