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Europe's travel industry counts on British holidaymakers to lead tourism rebound

Battered by the Covid-19 pandemic, Europe's travel industry is counting on British holidaymakers to lead a tourism rebound this summer. After one of the world's fastest vaccination programmes, Britons could be permitted to travel from late May.
Europe's travel industry counts on British holidaymakers to lead tourism rebound(Photo by WeRoad on Unsplash)
Europe's travel industry counts on British holidaymakers to lead tourism rebound(Photo by WeRoad on Unsplash)
Updated on Apr 14, 2021 07:53 PM IST
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Dirt-cheap flights on offer as airlines rebuild networks

Dirt-cheap fares are popping up from airlines brave enough to expand or start out amid the Covid crisis, as they try to eke out sales and get a jump on competitors that have pared back operations.
Airlines worldwide cut $1 billion of expenses a day last year to cope with the slump in passengers, and that’s given them some wiggle room to lower ticket prices.(Unsplash)
Airlines worldwide cut $1 billion of expenses a day last year to cope with the slump in passengers, and that’s given them some wiggle room to lower ticket prices.(Unsplash)
Published on Mar 10, 2021 10:37 AM IST
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To help travel industry professionals, Delhi govt to start foreign, Indian language courses

The languages will be taught through the arts, culture and language department that will control new language academies to be set up in the national Capital. The cabinet had recently approved creation of 15 such centres for different regional and five International languages.
Deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia, who is in charge of the department, said the purpose of a language academy is not only to cater to the speakers of that language but also to reach out to a wider audience.(HT/File Photo)
Deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia, who is in charge of the department, said the purpose of a language academy is not only to cater to the speakers of that language but also to reach out to a wider audience.(HT/File Photo)
Published on Aug 24, 2018 03:38 AM IST
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