India invests for its tourism
India is one of the tourist destinations knowing one of the fastest growths in the world. Moreover, its average growth, for the ten next years, is estimated on a worldwide scale to 9 percent. India aspires to accomodate in 2010 10 million visitors per year. This is why it invests fully in tourism. The airports of Delhi and Mumbai will be renovated and will experience an important development, accommodating new terminals (inauguration envisaged in 2009). Yet in 2008, the new airports of Bangalore and Hyderabad will open their doors. In all, a variable sum between 15 and 17 billion dollars will be invested in the air transport between 2005 and 2010. In the same way, the hotel capacity will increase considerably. Thus, the number of hotel rooms in Delhi will increase by 300 percent during the next 5 years. By the year 2011, India will count in all 30.000 new beds.
posted by nicolas nys for tourismtobe