Two UK charters per week to come to Goa!

After a long wait by the tourism industry of Goa, more UK charters will finally be coming in! After the first UK charter flew into the tropical paradise with around 250 passengers, Tui Airways has revealed that they will fly two charters a week next weekend.

This news has given immense hope to the tourism sector. As Britishers were cancelling their Goa vacation due to visa issues, things were looking down in the dumps. Efforts are being made to solve these issues.

Charter tourists stay in the State for 2 weeks approximately. No charters from UK came to Goa in 2021. There were more UK tourists in 2020.

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