After a long hold in travelling due to the Covid-19 crisis, travelers are getting ready again for exploring the world. After resumption of international flights from March 27 and the resumption of tourist visas for foreign nationals in India, the summer of '22 is the perfect retreat.

For some, seeing foreigners travel to India and help boost tourism and generate revenue is a win-win situation. "Opening up of international flights is a boost to the essential travel and hospitality industry after two years of inactivity. International tourism is an important source of income for the region, especially in states like Kerala and Himachal."

Many countries are now allowing Indians to enter without mandatory quarantine. In many cases, fully vaccinated passengers are not required to submit a negative RT-PCR test on arrival.

With the opening of destinations and resumption of flights, the confidence of the passengers has been restored.

Rajeev Kale, President and Country Head, Holiday, MICE, Visa - Thomas Cook (India) Ltd. says that the growth in demand extends beyond the summer vacation period. they say, "We are seeing an uptick of 20-40% in queries, with Europe’s Switzerland, France, Spain and UK still heading the leader board (40% increase), followed by short hauls like Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Thailand, Maldives, Turkey, Egypt, Singapore (30%); also long hauls like Australia (20%). What is noteworthy is that the interest is not limited to peak summer vacation season, but also for long weekends, & celebration of special occasions."


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