Hospitality Sector Expects Boom Time As International Flights Resume

Author : desertsafari
Publish Date : 2022-03-27


Hospitality Sector Expects Boom Time As International Flights Resume

India's resumption of international flights from today (March 27) at 100 per cent capacity after a two-year suspension due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic, is likely to be a big boost for the country's hospitality industry. The hospitality industry witnessed its worst financial crisis since 2008 due to the restrictions imposed all over following the pandemic-induced national lockdown in March 2020. It is now hopeful that occupancy levels and revenues will finally see an uptick. Sonavi Kaicker, CEO, Neemrana Hotels says "after a tough two years, today is finally a day of celebration for the travel and hospitality industry. Although the industry has shown its resilience, the resumption of international flights will ensure a steady flow of inbound travellers. We expect the occupancy levels to improve by at least 15 to 20 per cent across the industry over the next fiscal. This will also help the standalone heritage hotels that were dependent on inbound business and did not have the infrastructure to adapt to the situation." While some industry experts believe travellers from European countries may still be cautious and airlines may also start on European routes in a calibrated manner, another section feels that an increase in inbound tourism ahead of the summer season will certainly boost revenues for the bleeding aviation and hospitality industries.

India's resumption of international flights from today (March 27) at 100 per cent capacity after a two-year suspension due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic, is likely to be a big boost for the country's hospitality industry. The hospitality industry witnessed its worst financial crisis since 2008 due to the restrictions imposed all over following the pandemic-induced national lockdown in March 2020. It is now hopeful that occupancy levels and revenues will finally see an uptick. Sonavi Kaicker, CEO, Neemrana Hotels says "after a tough two years, today is finally a day of celebration for the travel and hospitality industry. Although the industry has shown its resilience, the resumption of international flights will ensure a steady flow of inbound travellers. We expect the occupancy levels to improve by at least 15 to 20 per cent across the industry over the next fiscal. This will also help the standalone heritage hotels that were dependent on inbound business and did not have the infrastructure to adapt to the situation." While some industry experts believe travellers from European countries may still be cautious and airlines may also start on European routes in a calibrated manner, another section feels that an increase in inbound tourism ahead of the summer season will certainly boost revenues for the bleeding aviation and hospitality industries.India's resumption of international flights from today (March 27) at 100 per cent capacity after a two-year suspension due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic, is likely to be a big boost for the country's hospitality industry. The hospitality industry witnessed its worst financial crisis since 2008 due to the restrictions imposed all over following the pandemic-induced national lockdown in March 2020. It is now hopeful that occupancy levels and revenues will finally see an uptick. Sonavi Kaicker, CEO, Neemrana Hotels says "after a tough two years, today is finally a day of celebration for the travel and hospitality industry. Although the industry has shown its resilience, the resumption of international flights will ensure a steady flow of inbound travellers. We expect the occupancy levels to improve by at least 15 to 20 per cent across the industry over the next fiscal. This will also help the standalone heritage hotels that were dependent on inbound business and did not have the infrastructure to adapt to the situation." While some industry experts believe travellers from European countries may still be cautious and airlines may also start on European routes in a calibrated manner, another section feels that an increase in inbound tourism ahead of the summer season will certainly boost revenues for the bleeding aviation and hospitality industries.India's resumption of international flights from today (March 27) at 100 per cent capacity after a two-year suspension due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic, is likely to be a big boost for the country's hospitality industry. The hospitality industry witnessed its worst financial crisis since 2008 due to the restrictions imposed all over following the pandemic-induced national lockdown in March 2020. It is now hopeful that occupancy levels and revenues will finally see an uptick. Sonavi Kaicker, CEO, Neemrana Hotels says "after a tough two years, today is finally a day of celebration for the travel and hospitality industry. Although the industry has shown its resilience, the resumption of international flights will ensure a steady flow of inbound travellers. We expect the occupancy levels to improve by at least 15 to 20 per cent across the industry over the next fiscal. This will also help the standalone heritage hotels that were dependent on inbound business and did not have the infrastructure to adapt to the situation." While some industry experts believe travellers from European countries may still be cautious and airlines may also start on European routes in a calibrated manner, another section feels that an increase in inbound tourism ahead of the summer season will certainly boost revenues for the bleeding aviation and hospitality industries.India's resumption of international flights from today (March 27) at 100 per cent capacity after a two-year suspension due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic, is likely to be a big boost for the country's hospitality industry. The hospitality industry witnessed its worst financial crisis since 2008 due to the restrictions imposed all over following the pandemic-induced national lockdown in March 2020. It is now hopeful that occupancy levels and revenues will finally see an uptick. Sonavi Kaicker, CEO, Neemrana Hotels says "after a tough two years, today is finally a day of celebration for the travel and hospitality industry. Although the industry has shown its resilience, the resumption of international flights will ensure a steady flow of inbound travellers. We expect the occupancy levels to improve by at least 15 to 20 per cent across the industry over the next fiscal. This will also help the standalone heritage hotels that were dependent on inbound business and did not have the infrastructure to adapt to the situation." While some industry experts believe travellers from European countries may still be cautious and airlines may also start on European routes in a calibrated manner, another section feels that an increase in inbound tourism ahead of the summer season will certainly boost revenues for the bleeding aviation and hospitality industries.India's resumption of international flights from today (March 27) at 100 per cent capacity after a two-year suspension due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic, is likely to be a big boost for the country's hospitality industry. The hospitality industry witnessed its worst financial crisis since 2008 due to the restrictions imposed all over following the pandemic-induced national lockdown in March 2020. It is now hopeful that occupancy levels and revenues will finally see an uptick. Sonavi Kaicker, CEO, Neemrana Hotels says "after a tough two years, today is finally a day of celebration for the travel and hospitality industry. Although the industry has shown its resilience, the resumption of international flights will ensure a steady flow of inbound travellers. We expect the occupancy levels to improve by at least 15 to 20 per cent across the industry over the next fiscal. This will also help the standalone heritage hotels that were dependent on inbound business and did not have the infrastructure to adapt to the situation." While some industry experts believe travellers from European countries may still be cautious and airlines may also start on European routes in a calibrated manner, another section feels that an increase in inbound tourism ahead of the summer season will certainly boost revenues for the bleeding aviation and hospitality industries.India's resumption of international flights from today (March 27) at 100 per cent capacity after a two-year suspension due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic, is likely to be a big boost for the country's hospitality industry. The hospitality industry witnessed its worst financial crisis since 2008 due to the restrictions imposed all over following the pandemic-induced national lockdown in March 2020. It is now hopeful that occupancy levels and revenues will finally see an uptick. Sonavi Kaicker, CEO, Neemrana Hotels says "after a tough two years, today is finally a day of celebration for the travel and hospitality industry. Although the industry has shown its resilience, the resumption of international flights will ensure a steady flow of inbound travellers. We expect the occupancy levels to improve by at least 15 to 20 per cent across the industry over the next fiscal. This will also help the standalone heritage hotels that were dependent on inbound business and did not have the infrastructure to adapt to the situation." While some industry experts believe travellers from European countries may still be cautious and airlines may also start on European routes in a calibrated manner, another section feels that an increase in inbound tourism ahead of the summer season will certainly boost revenues for the bleeding aviation and hospitality industries.India's resumption of international flights from today (March 27) at 100 per cent capacity after a two-year suspension due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic, is likely to be a big boost for the country's hospitality industry. The hospitality industry witnessed its worst financial crisis since 2008 due to the restrictions imposed all over following the pandemic-induced national lockdown in March 2020. It is now hopeful that occupancy levels and revenues will finally see an uptick. Sonavi Kaicker, CEO, Neemrana Hotels says "after a tough two years, today is finally a day of celebration for the travel and hospitality industry. Although the industry has shown its resilience, the resumption of international flights will ensure a steady flow of inbound travellers. We expect the occupancy levels to improve by at least 15 to 20 per cent across the industry over the next fiscal. This will also help the standalone heritage hotels that were dependent on inbound business and did not have the infrastructure to adapt to the situation." While some industry experts believe travellers from European countries may still be cautious and airlines may also start on European routes in a calibrated manner, another section feels that an increase in inbound tourism ahead of the summer season will certainly boost revenues for the bleeding aviation and hospitality industries.India's resumption of international flights from today (March 27) at 100 per cent capacity after a two-year suspension due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic, is likely to be a big boost for the country's hospitality industry. The hospitality industry witnessed its worst financial crisis since 2008 due to the restrictions imposed all over following the pandemic-induced national lockdown in March 2020. It is now hopeful that occupancy levels and revenues will finally see an uptick. Sonavi Kaicker, CEO, Neemrana Hotels says "after a tough two years, today is finally a day of celebration for the travel and hospitality industry. Although the industry has shown its resilience, the resumption of international flights will ensure a steady flow of inbound travellers. We expect the occupancy levels to improve by at least 15 to



Category :travel

Weekend Special: These 7 Meals Are Perfect To Make When You Dont Want To Cook

Weekend Special: These 7 Meals Are Perfect To Make When You Dont Want To Cook

- If you are unsure what can be made with minimum effort for maximum taste, fret not; we have you covered!


Watch: David Warner Recreates Song From Akshay Kumars Upcoming Movie

Watch: David Warner Recreates Song From Akshay Kumars Upcoming Movie

- David Warner, who keeps experimenting with his online avatar and loves swapping faces with Indian film stars, took to Instagram


"Tigress Is Back": Twitter Is Busy Crushing On Katrina Kaif After Tiger 3 Announcement

"Tigress Is Back": Twitter Is Busy Crushing On Katrina Kaif After Tiger 3 Announcement

- Tiger 3 now has a release date and is also trending bigtime on social media. On Friday, Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif


"Dont Think Rohit Sharma Needs A Break," Says Ravi Shastri

"Dont Think Rohit Sharma Needs A Break," Says Ravi Shastri

- Speaking before the game between Mumbai Indians and Delhi Capitals, Ravi Shastri explained why