Fascinating Thailand Air Package @ Rs. 22,999 per person – 06 Days – Ex Delhi – Book Now!!

Let’s take you on a short trip to two of the most picturesque places in the world; let’s get you a glass of martini and have you on the beaches for some real exciting times; let’s take you on temple and city excursions by the day and have you amidst a jiving nightlife by the night; lets get you acquainted with cities that are unstoppably attracting tourists for the past four decades from across the globe…let’s take you to Bangkok and Pattaya!

Regular Package @ Rs. 22,999 person on twin sharing
Pattaya: Romeo palace or similar
Bangkok: Convenient park or similar

Deluxe Package @ 25,999 per person on twin sharing
Pattaya: Marble Garden View / Ja Villa / Eastiny Inn or similar
Bangkok: Imm Fusion / Ecotel / Dream Town / Check Inn Regency Park or similar

Luxury Package @ 28,999 per person on twin sharing
Pattaya: Mantra Pura / Miracle Suite / Tsix5 or similar
Bangkok: Windsor Suite / Salil Hotel / Admiral Suite / Best Western or similar

Premium Package @ 34,499 per person on twin sharing
Pattaya: Zign / Pullman Pattaya G or similar
Bangkok: In Residence / Park Plaza Sukhumvit / Radisson

Package Inclusions:

  • Return Airfare including all taxes – Ex Delhi
  • 02 Nights accommodation in Bangkok
  • 02 Nights accommodation in Pattaya
  • 01 FREE night in Bangkok / Pattaya*
  • Daily Buffet Breakfast at Hotel
  • Airport Hotel Return Transfer on SIC basis.
  • Coral Island Tour on SIC basis
  • Half day Pattaya city & Temple tour
  • All transfers on SIC basis

Note: Free night can be either in Bangkok or Pattaya

Add-on Pack

  • 2 dinners in Pattaya @ Rs. 699 pp.
  • Safari park with lunch @ Rs.1899 pp.
  • 2 dinners in Bangkok @ Rs. 699 pp.
  • Alcazar show @ Rs. 799 pp.
  • Under water world @ Rs. 999 pp.
  • Siam ocean world @ Rs. 899 pp.

Fixed Departures:

  • April: 12, 15, 26
  • May: 3, 10, 17, 18, 24, 28, 30
  • June: 3, 5, 7, 9, 12, 14, 17, 19, 21, 23, 25, 26, 29

**Some Surcharge may be applicable on the above Departures

Flight Name: Jet Airways (Seats are subject to availability)

  • 9W 064 DEL BKK 1300 Hrs 1835 Hrs
  • 9W 063 BKK DEL 0900 Hrs 1145 Hrs

Cost Excludes:

  • Lunch and dinner wherever not included
  • Any Services not mentioned above
  • Travel insurance
  • Surcharges if any
  • Visa on arrival at Thailand airport
  • Visa Charges Extra
Payment Terms:
  • 100% payment to be made in advance at the time of booking the trip
  • Payment for this trip will not be adjusted against any future trips
  • Cancellation Policy: No Cancellation, Non-transferable, No Refund.

Terms and Conditions:
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Jet Airways Jet to withdraw JFK flights from Sept

Loss-making carrier Jet Airways today said it will temporarily suspend services to New York (JFK) from September 10, though it would continue to operate to Newark International Airport.

The airline, which posted a loss of over Rs 294 crore in the quarter ended March 31, said that as part of its “ongoing network evaluation with clear focus on profitability, the airline will be redeploying its assets on its existing route

“This has hence necessitated the temporary suspension of the airline’s Brussels-New York (JFK) flight effective 10th September 2012.”

However, Jet would continue uninterrupted to two major gateways in North America, Newark and Toronto, with its Mumbai-Brussels-Newark and Delhi-Brussels-Toronto routes,” it said in a filing to the BSE. Regarding those passengers booked on the JFK flight beyond September 10, the airline will “ensure that the affected guests are offered alternative flights on our own services to New York (Newark) or that of partner airlines” then onwards.

The company said the decision to stop the JFK flight was taken “in view of the current global economic conditions and its impact on business worldwide”.

Jet Airways recently decided to cut money-losing international routes, including long-haul flights to Johannesburg and some short-haul flights to the Gulf as part of a consolidation plan.

Source: Money Control 

Airlines have levied the Airport Development Fee on all flights departing from Delhi

Dear The Tour Planners Customer,

As per the circular received from IGI Airport, New Delhi, airlines have levied the following tax (Airport Development Fee) on all flights departing from Delhi for travel effective 01 December 2011 regardless of the date of issuance. This tax is inclusive of 10.3% service tax.

Any passenger who has booked a ticket on or before 18th November to travel on or after 1st December needs to pay the below mentioned tax amount at the airport. For tickets booked on or after 19th November the above mentioned tax is already included in your total ticket cost.

Domestic Passengers :- INR 221 (Per Person).
International Passengers :- INR 1434 (Per Person).

The Tour Planners

Uttarakhand to set up airport under PPP mode

In view of a large number of pilgrims and tourists coming to Uttarakhand every year, Government of Uttarakhand has decided to set up an airport under PPP mode between Haridwar and Laksar areas of the hill state. During a meeting in Dehradun, Subhash Kumar, Chief Secretary, Government of Uttarakhand directed the forest and revenue officials to identify land for the purpose within a week. According to a PTI report, the airport would also cater to the needs of the people coming to the state due to rapid industrialisation in the area.

Source: TravelBizMonitor.com

Kingfisher airlines to exit low cost aviation business: Vijay Mallya

Bangalore: Kingfisher Airlines on Wednesday said that it will quit its low cost aviation business, Kingfisher Red. Vijay Mallya, Chairman, Kingfisher Airlines said that the segment was too competitive and there are enough passengers for a full service operation.

“Kingfisher Airlines is working with a consortium of banks to further reduce interest costs and raise working capital as the carrier looks to restructure its fleet by selling and leasing back some of its aircraft to lower debt,” Mallya said.

The cash strapped airline has never reported profits since its launch in 2006. In the last quarter, the airline had reported losses of Rs. 263.54 crore against losses of Rs. 187 crore in the corresponding quarter of last year.

Meanwhile, Mallaya also outlined plans to reduce debt and raise capital. The company has huge debt levels, which currently stands at Rs. 6,000 crore. He said the airline was working with a consortium of banks to further reduce interest costs and raise working capital.

The airline’s auditors had said in the company’s annual report for the fiscal year that ended March 31, that it needs capital infusion to remain viable. The auditors B.K. Ramadhyani & Co also noted, that the airline’s financial statements had “been prepared on a going concern basis, notwithstanding the fact that its net worth is completely eroded.”

The airline also plans to convert part of its rupee loans into low-cost forex loans based on existing cash flows, he said. Kingfisher had planned to raise $250-$350 million through an issue of global depositary receipts in January, but no deal has been forthcoming.

Source: Yahoo! India Finance with Agencies