Tuesday, March 30, 2010
Wednesday, March 24, 2010
Surprising as it may sound, a trip during the monsoons would reveal certain facets of
Although monsoons are not the ideal time to explore India's landscape in all its beauty, there are certain destinations like Panchgani, Damdama, Barrackpore, Yelagiri, Khandala, Lonavala, Mahabaleshwar where you can enjoy the thrill of getting wet in the rains.
For your next holiday search the web for cheap tickets on any flight to India and book an exciting package deal for your family to the backwater paradise of Kerala. Known as God's own country this coastal state is more famous the world over for its lagoons and backwaters than its beaches.
Rowing through the backwaters on a wooden boat through endless rows of palm and coconut trees is an experience you would not get anywhere in India. Kerala being the home to the Ayurvedic system of medicine is famous for its resorts that offer a holistic experience to tourists which includes ayurvedic massages, meditation, yoga, reiki and pranic healing treatments.
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Tuesday, March 23, 2010
For instance, www.southalltravel.co.uk reveals enticing offers like Special Price Guarantee and travel cost savings to the tune of 40%.
Travel companies are also gaining currency because of their facilities like last minute flight cancellations.
Customers who book tickets on their own and require cancellations at the last moment often lose substantial sums of money as airlines are not too flexible about such issues. However, the scenario changes when a travel company deals with the situation.
The gala luncheon event was put together to award the agents for their support to Kenya Airways. “The award with the ‘highest sales turnover between January and December 2009’ as the criteria for judging the best consolidator, is the true indication that southalltravel.co.uk is a preferred choice of travellers not only for Middle-Eastern, Asian and Far-East destinations but also for the African destinations”.
On winning the award, Mr Jaymin Borkhatria commented that “it is an honour to get this award especially because we are fairly new player in Africa”. The award from Kenya Airways is definitely another feather in the company’s cap as it follows the recent accolade of similar nature conferred upon the agency by the renowned Indian carrier, the Jet Airways.
Southall Travel has gained phenomenal popularity in past few years and has emerged to become a high equity brand which Mr. Borkhatria attributed to the great sensitivity that the company has towards its customers and the sharp understanding of their travel needs. “The company remains steadfast and determined in becoming a household name in the country by maintaining its pre-eminent position in the international travel business,” expressed Mr. Borkhatria.
About Southall Travel
Southall Travel has become increasingly popular as a preferred travel agency serving millions of travellers every year. The agency is a consolidator for all major airlines world wide and caters to those looking forward to book cheap flights, hotels and package deals to destinations across the world. Generally believed to be the experts in flights to India and the rest of Asia, the company has of late been able to establish itself as a global destination expert. With an efficient and a highly user friendly website, www.southalltravel.co.uk, the agency has reached out to millions and gained tremendous popularity as a quality holiday provider. Southall Travel is an ABTA Member and is certified by IATA. The company operates with an ATOL licence for the greater financial credibility. In addition the company’s website possesses a securitymetrics’ site certification and also uses the services of VeriSign to protect the interest of its users.
Monday, March 22, 2010
Airlines, which rely upon such high end travel companies for heavy volumes of business, often give out certain benefits to these companies. Ultimately, it is the traveller who gains from such benefits. An example is the automatic upgrade of from a lower to a higher class. to be continue...
Sunday, March 21, 2010
The only stipulation is that the flight should be from the same airline, follow the same route, and depart on the same day at the same time. For detailed terms and conditions one may visit the company’s website. to be continue...
Saturday, March 20, 2010
Travel professionals, with their insider knowledge and trade network are much better equipped than the layman in getting tailor made travel plans catering to every whim and fancy. No wonder the industry is growing in leaps and bounds. to be continue...
Friday, March 19, 2010
Located 15kms northeast of Ahmedabad and about 20km south of Gandhinagar, the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport serves as the gateway to the exhilarating city of Ahmedabad.
Address: SVP International Airport Ahmedabad, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India--380 003
Website and Telephone: +91-79-286 9211
Find complete information here: Ahmedabad Airport Guide
Thursday, March 18, 2010
Being the first airport to begin operations in Kerala, the Trivandrum International Airport was also the first aerodrome, outside the metropolitan cities, to be upgraded to the status of an international airport in 1991
Address: Trivandrum International Airport, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India
Website and Telephone: +91- 471-2500283
Find complete information here: Trivandrum Airport Guide
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
Located in Tirisulam, the Chennai International Airport is reckoned amongst the largest international airports in India and is also one of the busiest airports handling more than a million passengers per year.
Address: Chennai Madras (Meenambakkam) International Airport, Tirisulam, Chennai, Tamil Nadu.
Website and Telephone: http://www.airportsindia.org.in/chennai/index.jsp
Find complete information here: Chennai Airport Guide
Tuesday, March 16, 2010
The prestigious Rajiv Gandhi International Airport at Shamshabad in Hyderabad stands as a proud emblem of India’s new age infrastructure and a classic example of what public private partnership can accomplish.
Address: Rajiv Gandhi International Airport Shamshabad, Ranga Reddy District, Hyderabad - 501 218, Andhra Pradesh
Website and Telephone: http://www.hyderabad.aero/ (+91-40-66764000)
Find complete information here: Hyderabad Airport Guide
Monday, March 15, 2010
Bangalore or Bengaluru, the ‘Hi-Tech City’ has truly lived up to its reputation of being a beacon for the future.
Address: Bangalore International Airport, Airport Road, Bangalore, India- 560300
Website and Telephone: http://www.bengaluruairport.com (+91 (80) 6678 2425)
Find complete information here: Bangalore Airport Guide
Sunday, March 14, 2010
The City of Joy, Kolkata’s swanky Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport is located about 16 kms from the gleaming new landmark, City Centre, in the posh serene Salt Lake area.
Address: Kolkata, 700052, India.
Website and Telephone: For latest information on flights and other associated queries, passengers can visit the website http://www.aai.aero/kolkata/index.jsp or call +91-33-25118787.
Find complete information here: Kolkata Airport Guide
Saturday, March 13, 2010
The serene town of Amritsar, meaning pool of nectar, has highly spruced up its Raja Sansi International Airport (Amritsar International Airport) to cater to the ever increasing influx of travellers to this pilgrimage city.
Address: Amritsar International Airport, Rajasansi, Amritsar – 143101. (Punjab) India.
Website and Telephone: Passengers can seek airport information by calling the airport helpline +91-0183-2214166 or by visiting http://www.aai.aero/allAirports/amritsar_generalinfo.jsp
Find complete information here: Amritsar Airport Guide
- Allowing state officials to take any step to curtail illegal activities.
- Protect the life and property of people by ensuring that no malicious actions are carried out with explosive related electronic equipment.
- Sealing of any locality or building during its operational hours, with the exception of permission from a designated official.
- Curtailing the carrying of weapons outside dwelling places
- Enforcing curfew orders by restricting exit from dwelling places.
- Prohibiting or providing restricted access to vehicles in certain areas.
Duration and Sites of the Protest
The protests has already started on 12 March and expected to continue till 23 March. Its covering almost 10 sites, namely Nonthaburi City Hall, the town hall of Samut Prakan province, Lumpini Park, King Taksin Memorial on Wong Wien Yai Circle, Tung Song Hong, Din Daeng, Laksi monument, two sites in Pathum Thani province’s Lamlukka district, and Bangna. The protests would move to Ratchadamnoen Road on 14 March.
The main Bangkok rally would take place on 14 March covering the area from Sanam Laung to King Rama V’s Equestrian Statue. The main stage of the rally would be at Ratchadarnnoen Klang road’s Phan Fa Leeland Bridge.
Regions Covered by ISA
As per Panithan Wattanayakorn, the spokesperson for the Prime Minister’s Office, ISA would be enforced throughout Bangkok and Nonthaburi as well as some districts of Ayutthaya, Pathum Thani, Nakhon Pathom, Samut Prakarn, Chachoengsao, and Samut Sakorn. Although, rallying would be permitted, but the police and military forces would have every right to ensure that peace is maintained and public property is not damaged.
Economic Fallout of the Scenario
Among the chief concerns is the possible closure of Bangkok’s airports by protestors. Bangkok is a hub for many international full service as well as low cost airlines with travellers vying to book cheap flights to this exciting destination and in case of such a development, the country’s economy will suffer a crippling blow. However, the Red Shirts have assured not to close any airports. Mr. Quinton Quayle, the UK ambassador to Bangkok also raised the issue with the opposition party Puea Thai, who are Red Shirts sympathisers.
Expectedly, the market sentiment is far from robust. February saw a sharp decline in indices. In fact, the central bank of Thailand released a statement that it was deliberating a rise in rates to normalise policy settings. However, the political unrest has upset the timing.
Friday, March 12, 2010
As you gaze out of your flight at the sparkling blue seas of Goa, the premiere beach destination of India, and finally land at The Goa International Airport with its no frills relaxed ambience, you get an inkling of the laidback vacation that awaits you beyond the airport.
Address: Dabolim, Goa, India.
Website and Telephone: To access information about the airport or flights, you may visit the airport website at http://www.aai.aero/allAirports/goa_generalinfo.jsp or call the airport helpline +91-832-540 806.
Find complete information here: Goa Airport Guide
Thursday, March 11, 2010
The bustling Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (CSIA) has evolved into a pleasant swanky surprise for visitors to Mumbai, the financial capital of India.
Address: Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (CSIA), Mumbai, 400099
Website and Telephone: www.csia.in (+91-22-26813000)
Find complete information here: Mumbai Airport Guide
Wednesday, March 10, 2010
Website and Telephone: For updated flight information or any enquiry passengers can either visit the airport website www.newdelhiairport.in or call the local helpline +91-124-3376000.
Find complete information here: Delhi Airport Guide
Tuesday, March 9, 2010
People who have booked flights to Delhi for the Commonwealth Games later this year will no doubt be thinking about where to stay during a visit to the city.
Travellers who are looking for a luxury hotel could be pleased to learn that the Leela Palace New Delhi will open its doors for business in time for the sporting event.
Anyone seeking five-star accommodation should find it here, with the complex offering deluxe rooms and suites, private pools, a rooftop terrace and a spa.
For those who like their food, there will be three restaurants on site serving up a host of Indian, Italian and Japanese dishes to enjoy.
This is the seventh hotel owned by the Leela Group to open in India, with others located in cities such as Mumbai, Bangalore and Gurgaon.
On October 3rd, thousands of people are expected to travel to New Delhi for the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games, with the sporting competition taking place until October 14th.
Find more information on cheap flights to Delhi from Southall Travel agent in UK. There are various options available on Kuwait Airways, Oman Air, Turkish Airlines, Swiss, Air India, KLM, Jet Airways, Gulf Air, Kingfisher, Emirates and other global airlines operating to Delhi from UK airports.