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Announcing Dedicated Real Estate Investment Focus

Travel Capitalist Ventures LLC (Doha) expands investment mandate to include hospitality and real estate investments in emerging global markets like South Africa, Turkey, India, and MENA. The firm seeks investments in hotel and resort development, hotel management companies, holiday & corporate real estate projects, and rapidly growing hospitality web or mobile B2B and B2C travel companies and startups.
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Successful Real Estate Hospitality Investment Exit.

First exit of the year represents a resounding win for the firm across key quantitative and qualitative investment metrics, and cements the firms resolve for real estate and hospitality investments in under-represented and under-appreciated markets like the Middle East, Turkey, S Asia, and Northern and Southern Africa.
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Travel Trade Today Celebrates 1.38M views in first year with zero paid marketing.

Travel Trade Today is a travel media site integrating news from around the world so you are better informed, educated and ahead of the curve. Read news from around the world so you can get ahead of future travel trends and threats. Educate yourself on the latest news, trends and updates across the global travel industry. Inform yourself and others with travel insights from travel thought leaders from around the world.
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IndJets receives DOT License.

The government has allowed IndJets India Pvt Ltd (IndJets), a strategic partner of Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) and global mobile satellite provider Inmarsat, to provide in-flight connectivity. Indjets will provide Indian registered airlines with access to Inmarsat's GX Aviation satellite services that will be supported by BSNL.
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IndJets India receives licence to offer GX inflight connectivity services in India.

Indjet joins companies like Vodafone, Airtel, Jio and Nelco that have already received approvals to offer internet services on-board. Among the Indian carriers, full-service carriers like Vistara and Air India (now owned by Tatas) would like to offer in-flight connectivity to its flying passengers. Low-cost carriers could also look at providing such service, as this could bring a new head under ancillary revenues.
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