Not In Town | @notintownlive | 24 Aug 2019
New Delhi: Israel Ministry of Tourism (IMOT) conducted a roadshow in the capital city of New Delhi on Thursday to enhance commercial ties with the Indian travel trade fraternity.
Commenting on the roadshow, Sammy Yahia, Director, Israel Ministry of Tourism – India and Philippines said, “The arrivals from India have exceeded expectations in the last few years and we have seen the same trend in 2019. India currently stands third in Asia among the top source markets for Israel. While keeping the current momentum going, the idea is to aggressively work towards increasing connectivity between India & Israel by introducing new airlines to service the route. I am delighted with this new position and foresee ample opportunities for us to push boundaries and reinvent the ever evolving and dynamic Indian traveller”.
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