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IndianEagle to book more cheap flights to India with e-visa to USA citizens
By: Indian Eagle
Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India, promised e-visa facility to the nationals of the United States of America during his recent visit to Barack Obama. Political critics have thumbed up Narendra Modi’s strategic decision to provide the US citizens with visa on arrival as an informed foresight to boost business and cultural relations with the USA. Besides, the Ministry of India Tourism has welcomed it and is looking to benefit from it.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs, India, is all set to act upon Narendra Modi’s promise to the nationals of the USA. The United States, the United Kingdom and China are among the largest sources of foreign tourist arrivals for India travel and tourism. According to the Ministry of Tourism India, the US tourists are among the topmost-spending foreign visitors. The more US tourists mean the more foreign currency, which is crucial to the economic development of India.
The United States alone accounts for 15.8% of total foreign arrivals in India every year. A large percentage of the US tourists comprise Indian Americans who Indian Eagle books cheap flights to India for. More than half of the visitors from the USA fly to India for holiday, yoga & meditation, medical tourism and reunion with native friends. The rest of the tourists visit India for other reasons.
Smaller countries like France, the UK, Singapore and Thailand are much ahead of India in number of foreign tourist arrivals. Currently, India ranks 40th, which is relatively very lower. Despite the poor number of foreign tourist arrivals in India, the spending by foreign tourists in India is increasing every year.
The move by the Government of India to provide Americans and Indian Americans with visa on arrival is a strategic approach towards connecting NRIs with India, developing India tourism and Indian economy too. Currently, India offers visa on arrival to Japan, Finland, Singapore, the Philippines, Vietnam, Myanmar, Indonesia, Cambodia, Laos, South Korea, New Zealand and Luxembourg. The United States is one of the 40 countries that India is looking to offer the same facility to.
The e-visa or visa on arrival in India is a ray of hope for many the USA citizens to visit India with cheap airline tickets from IndianEagle.com.
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