Turkey has relaxed all the situations for travellers getting into the nation and is anticipating to welcome the highest-ever variety of Indian tourists this yr, Turkiye Tourism Board stated on Monday.

Earlier, Indian travellers have been required to submit both a vaccination certificates or an RT-PCR test report to go to Turkey, in accordance to an announcement.

Now, Indian travellers not have to present proof of vaccination towards coronavirus or proof of restoration from the illness or a damaging RT-PCR test outcome, it added.

With each Indigo and Turkish Airlines resuming direct worldwide flights to Turkiye, the nation is anticipating to welcome the highest-ever variety of Indian tourists this yr, it stated.

Turkey’s tourism, which touched nearly USD 25 billion revenues final yr recording a 103 per cent progress for the reason that outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, is about to create a brand new file in 2022, it stated.

The nation emerged as one of many high locations for Free Independent Travelers (FIT) and Meeting, Incentive Travel, Conferences and Events (MICE) tourists from around the globe final yr, having welcomed over 30 million worldwide guests in 2021, Turkiye Tourism Board said.

Of these, 50,000 have been Indian tourists, which was a large quantity taking the pandemic into consideration.

Therefore, Turkey is anticipating full restoration in tourism for the yr 2022 and is aiming to attain the pre-Covid numbers by way of worldwide guests together with Indians, it added.

The nation welcomed 52 million travellers within the pre-pandemic interval of 2019, touching USD 34.5 billion in tourism income, in accordance to the assertion.

With the rising momentum, Turkey is anticipating the vacationer footfalls to return to 2019 stage by the tip of 2022, as worldwide travel demand is rebounding and persons are keen to travel and expertise new locations, it added.

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