2023 Business Travel Forecast

Lufthansa City Center Travels & Rentals has assembled a report that presents the expected changes and travel trends of 2023. The report has cited some interesting predictions with lot of positive signs for the business travelers. Especially India is experiencing a considerable amount of traffic across air tickets, hotels and car rentals.

The demand for corporate travel has taken a descent growth across both domestic and international market showing all the signs of surpassing the figures of 2022.

G20 opens opportunities for MICE
G20 Opens Opportunity for MICE

Since the time India took over the G20 Presidency from December 1, 2022, there is a clear message across the nation that India will not only showcase its tourism potential but will also boost various places of Indian states as top MiCE destinations. The Ministry of Tourism and top travel professionals are predicting that there can be a huge influx of foreign visitors after the esteemed G20 meetings.  


India has best in class MiCE facilities, improved air connectivity, top convention centers and finest hotels all across. With G20 being held in different states, this event can be a game changer even for the domestic Corporate who are inclined to conduct their meetings in international destinations. Domestic corporate can make a lot of savings through better air fares and better hotel deals.

International Tour Update
International Tour Update

Indian High Commission has recently announced that all Indians travelling to Sri Lanka will now be required to carry their vaccination cards, and unvaccinated travellers will be required to carry a negative PCR report, which has been obtained 72 hours prior to arrival in the country. This is as per Sri Lanka's new COVID-19 guidelines.


On the other hand, Thailand is planning to introduce a tourist fee of THB 300 (INR 734) from June, for international travellers. Reportedly, this fund will be used to develop tourist destinations and support visitors involved in accidents.

LCC is Carbon Neutral

Lufthansa City Center has been consistently avoiding and reducing carbon emissions. Together with Climate Partner, Lufthansa City Center International Headquarters fully compensates the unavoidably produced 32.499kg CO2 emissions by additional carbon offset projects. Thus, LCCI is a certified carbon neutral company since November 2022.

Climate Partner's "Climate Neutral Label" certifies that remaining greenhouse gas emissions have been offset. Next to the international carbon offset, the Lufthansa City Center International HQ also engages in ocean protection. For every ton of CO2 produced, 10kg of plastic are collected from the ocean. This data certainly makes us different and committed towards global environment.

New Routes & Direct Flights

AIR MAURITIUS
Delhi - Mauritius
from 4th May'23

INDIGO
Delhi - UK
Mumbai - UK
via Istanbul 
operated by Turkish Airlines

AIR ASIA
Kolkata - Surat
Delhi T3 - Surat
Bengaluru T2 - Surat
from 3rd Mar'23

ALLIANCE AIR
Bhuvaneswar - Rourkela (already started)

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