NITB


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NITBNorthern Ireland Tourist Board
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The committee was briefed that different meetings have taken place after last standing committee meeting on February 21 , in which official of CDA, LMKR and NITB were present but the issue was reluctance of CDA to sign the agreement.
The committee was briefed that different meetings had earlier taken place after the last standing committee meeting on February 21, in which officials of CDA, LMKR and NITB were present but the issue was the reluctance of CDA to sign the agreement.
the issue in two weeks," M Jamil Mushtaq Project Manager at NITB told APP.
NITB was built by the Airports Authority of India and consists of a range of modern features designed to provider superior passenger comfort and convenience.
Jet Airways will now operate four flights daily in and out of Trivandrum's NITB from and to Dammam and Muscat in the Gulf.
The reaction and degree of enthusiasm that greeted the post-1967 high of 942,800 tourists in 1987 serves well to illustrate the preoccupation with statistics as measures of success particularly on the part of the NITB and government.
At its last meeting, the Senate committee had directed the NITB to implement the project in the CDA in two weeks or face action by the FIA.
At the same time a number of initiatives were launched, including "An Indicative Plan for Tourism in Northern Ireland" by the NITB in October 1990, the 1992 Northern Ireland Tourism Order, the NITB's first major "Corporate Plan 1992-1995," the launch of the Tourism and Hospitality Training Council, and the launch of NITB's "Development Strategy 1994-2000" (O'Neill 1997).
After three demonstration session a meeting was also held with the CDA and NITB to conclude the matter, he added.
After a complaint lodged by the IT ministry, the FIA had started an investigation into irregularities in 13 Public Sector Development Program funded projects of NITB.
In its book, Northern Ireland - the CS Lewis Story, the NITB describes the author as "from an Irish background".