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Nepal Tourism Board, Royal Nepal Airlines launch joint marketing blitz

02-November-2004
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Nepal Tourism Board, Royal Nepal Airlines launch joint marketing blitz

Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) in association with Royal Nepal Airlines Corporation (RNAC) has launched a special promotional campaign for the Indian Tourists in Bangalore. As part of the omotions, NTB and RNAC are offering ‘A Holiday in a Holiday Bonanza’.

In this mega offer, there are 20 round-trip air tickets for a couple to Kuala Lumpur from Delhi – Mumbai – Bangalore via Kathmandu by RNAC to be won every week. In addition there will be complementary three nights stay in Kathmandu for the winners. “This offer is in addition to various other packages by RNAC. Apex fares and group fares available on RNA flights are specially designed to facilitate the tourists,” says PN Adhikari, Area Manager South, RNAC.

According to Tak Bahadur Dangi, CEO NTB, the promotional campaign will also focus on the upcoming second world Buddhist Summit in Lumbini from November 30 – December 2 and tourism board’s effort to promote Buddhist circuits to further market Nepal as a divine destination.

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