Travel services firm Thomas Cook India today said it has opened two new foreign exchange outlets at Varanasi Airport considering the strong growth potential of Uttar Pradesh.
Citing industry data, the company said Varanasi Airport has witnessed strong growth in passenger numbers, from 1 million in 20142015 to 1.9 million passengers in 20172018.
"Varanasi is a key and high growth opportunity for our foreign exchange business being a prime gateway airport for the Buddhist circuit, also for UP's strongly emerging outbound travel segment," Thomas Cook (India) Senior VP & Head-Sales & Relationship Management Foreign Exchange Deepesh Varma said.
The two new airport counters extend Thomas Cook India's foreign exchange distribution and reach for UP to a total of 12 consumer access centres.
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