As COVID-19 continues to keep international flyers from taking to the skies, it is a good time to reminisce about the world of international travel before jets compressed time and made distance immaterial.
The Xovis's 3D sensors will help detect passenger flow at departure gates, check-in, immigration, security hold areas of both domestic and international flights as well as visa sections
With most travel suspended during the pandemic, regenerative travel remains at the starting gate. But in the lull, it’s the new buzz.
The “Bus to London” would take its passengers on a 70-day bus ride from Delhi to London, covering 18 countries and 20,000 km on its way
International flights with a few select countries have resumed via air bubbles.
As travelers seek safety amid social distancing, the travel industry is adapting with outdoor trips, remote lodgings and private camps.
The Ministry of Civil Aviation has indicated that India and the US are engaged in creation of a green corridor which will significantly ease travel restrictions between the two countries
Even if more trains are pushed into service to meet a surge in demand, they will also be branded as 'special trains'.
For months now, no one is wandering. The thrill of a midnight safari seems like forgotten dreams. Thankfully, technology has stepped in as our travel partner.
Several Rajya Sabha members were found to be misusing their free travel perks and wasting public money at a time when the nation is battling a serious health crisis
The travel future looks bleak and cities and countries are aggressively announcing sops for the return of footfalls.
The demand for Shramik Express was as high as 255 trains daily as on May 26, with 40% of the trains headed to UP, and 36% to Bihar.
In view of the strong crosswinds being experienced due to Cyclone Nisarga, the authorities at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport decided to suspend all arrivals and departures for four and a half hours
Among several declarations that will be mandatory to obtain a boarding pass, passengers will have to confirm officially that they do not reside in any containment zone or have contracted COVID-19 in the past two months.
The entire air inside an AC train coach will now be changed at least 12 times per hour as per Health Ministry guidelines as a precautionary measure to stop coronavirus transmission.
Ziebat is not authorised to leave IGI’s transit area and spends his time reading magazines and newspapers these days. He eats at some of the fast food outlets at the airport that are still operational and interacts with security and housekeeping staff from time to time.
The special passenger trains will ply on 15 routes and connect to cities like Ahmedabad, Kolkata, Mumbai, Jammu, Mumbai, Bengaluru, and Secunderabad, among others.
A fake message was being circulated across platforms claiming that the government has announced the closure of restaurants and hotels till October 15.
Hardeep Singh Puri wrote on Twitter: "Flight restrictions will be lifted once we are confident that spread of the virus has been controlled and it poses no danger to our country and people."
The Indian Railways earned Rs 4,358.34 crore in passenger revenue in April 2019, the corresponding figure for which this year will be a complete washout due to the lockdown.
Images shared by Spice Jet revealed that alternate seats in front and at the sides will remain vacant to ensure there is proper physical distancing between passengers
The Centre is planning to divide the country into three zones -- red, yellow, and green -- depending on the number of COVID-19 cases that have reported from each zone and run train services accordingly.
As per IATO estimates, the hotel, aviation and travel sectors together may incur losses of about Rs 8,500 crore.
Meanwhile, anti-immigration non-profit organization ‘US Tech Workers’ has sought the suspension of the H-1B visa programme given the precarious employment situation in the United States.
The PM announced the temporary decree on a day when the government of India issued a fresh advisory asking all Indians to avoid non-essential travel of any kind