Common Wealth Games 2010 and Travel Cards By Government of India

The latest buzz in Indian Travel industry is the introduction of ‘ Travel Card’ For the Common Wealth Games to be held in New Delhi in 2010. Coming directly from Travel Agents Association of India ( TAAI ) , Travel Card would be one helpful resource for travelers wishing to be part of Common Wealth Games. Travel Card would help travelers to use any mode of transport in the city without any hassles, says Mr Rajiv Rai, President Travel Agents Association of India ( TAAI). “TAAI will market this card all over New Delhi through its network of travel agents and also through State tourism departments” continues Mr Rajiv Rai. He also detailed Association further plan of action of holding International Trade Fair in Mumbai next year which would be on lines of World Tourism Meet. It would showcase India as one of the perfect holiday destinations and also a center for B2B exhibitions, where hotels, airlines and other organization connected to India. India has received good number of inbound and outbound tourists in the first six months of 2009 and there has been no slug as such as expected by the Indian Travel Industry. In fact, the figures suggest an increase when compared to corresponding period of last year. Being a part of Vision 2020, Travel Agents Association of India would be find essential factors that would help in enhancing national tourism. Vision 2020 aims at improving connections with national and internal tourism boards with extensive roadshows, exhibition, adventure tours medical and mice tours. You can plan your tour to common wealth games 2010 with http://www.hellotravel.com/. Please drop in your trip requests with Hell Travel.com to be catered by reputed travel agents of India.

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