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Posted: 07 Jun 2011 | 6:00 am
After a five year moratorium on India's considerably large stable of low-cost airline carriers (LCC's) will expire, it's impact is set to have a profound effect on regional tourism.
The government imposed sanction on start -up carriers is now coming due and this now allows the airlines to vie for international route.
Clearly the nearest could be the dearest, and key markets that could be impacted are Sri Lanka, Thailand, (especially Phuket given its close proximity to the subcontinent and well known beaches), Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia.
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