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Cox & Kings unveils holiday package for differently-abled

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Tour and travel firm Cox & Kings today came out with a holiday package for the differently-abled to help them travel across the country with special transportation and other facilities.

The new initiative, from the company's separate division 'enable travel', is aimed at people with special abilities across mobility, hearing, speech and vision.



"Right now, we are providing at leading cities and as we keep progressing, we will expand countrywide and the target is in-bound markets and domestic tourists," Cox & Kings Corporate Communications V-P, Thomas C Thottathil told PTI.

Under the plan, the company will be providing the specially-abled people with equipment such as wheelchairs, ramps, travel information and friendly hotel rooms, among others.

On tapping foreign markets, Cox & Kings Relationships Head, Karan Anand said: "We have to curate it as it takes time for the whole thing get going. So, we will go step by step about it as we do not have the resources now, but we have the ability to do it.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Cox & Kings unveils holiday package for differently-abled

Tour and travel firm Cox & Kings today came out with a holiday package for the differently-abled to help them travel across the country with special transportation and other facilities. The new initiative, from the company's separate division 'enable travel', is aimed at people with special abilities across mobility, hearing, speech and vision. "Right now, we are providing at leading cities and as we keep progressing, we will expand countrywide and the target is in-bound markets and domestic tourists," Cox & Kings Corporate Communications V-P, Thomas C Thottathil told PTI. Under the plan, the company will be providing the specially-abled people with equipment such as wheelchairs, ramps, travel information and friendly hotel rooms, among others. On tapping foreign markets, Cox & Kings Relationships Head, Karan Anand said: "We have to curate it as it takes time for the whole thing get going. So, we will go step by step about it as we do not have the resources now, but we ... Tour and travel firm Cox & Kings today came out with a holiday package for the differently-abled to help them travel across the country with special transportation and other facilities.

The new initiative, from the company's separate division 'enable travel', is aimed at people with special abilities across mobility, hearing, speech and vision.

"Right now, we are providing at leading cities and as we keep progressing, we will expand countrywide and the target is in-bound markets and domestic tourists," Cox & Kings Corporate Communications V-P, Thomas C Thottathil told PTI.

Under the plan, the company will be providing the specially-abled people with equipment such as wheelchairs, ramps, travel information and friendly hotel rooms, among others.

On tapping foreign markets, Cox & Kings Relationships Head, Karan Anand said: "We have to curate it as it takes time for the whole thing get going. So, we will go step by step about it as we do not have the resources now, but we have the ability to do it.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Cox & Kings unveils holiday package for differently-abled

Tour and travel firm Cox & Kings today came out with a holiday package for the differently-abled to help them travel across the country with special transportation and other facilities.

The new initiative, from the company's separate division 'enable travel', is aimed at people with special abilities across mobility, hearing, speech and vision.

"Right now, we are providing at leading cities and as we keep progressing, we will expand countrywide and the target is in-bound markets and domestic tourists," Cox & Kings Corporate Communications V-P, Thomas C Thottathil told PTI.

Under the plan, the company will be providing the specially-abled people with equipment such as wheelchairs, ramps, travel information and friendly hotel rooms, among others.

On tapping foreign markets, Cox & Kings Relationships Head, Karan Anand said: "We have to curate it as it takes time for the whole thing get going. So, we will go step by step about it as we do not have the resources now, but we have the ability to do it.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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