The number of Indian visitors travelling to the GCC over the coming five years will create an extra 10.8 million room nights, according to data published ahead of Arabian Travel Market 2019 (ATM), which takes place at Dubai World Trade Centre from April 28 – 1 May 01, 2019.
The number of Russian tourists travelling to the GCC is expected to increase 125 percent from 933,000 in 2018 to 2,1 million in 2023, according to data published ahead of Arabian Travel Market 2019 (ATM), which takes place at Dubai World Trade Centre from April 28 April –May 01, 2019.
Cutting edge technology and innovation will be adopted as the official show theme for Arabian Travel Market (ATM) 2019, taking place at Dubai World Trade Centre from 28 April 28 – May 01, 2019.
This year’s Arabian Travel Market (ATM) celebrated its 25th anniversary in style with 39,000 travel, hospitality and tourism professionals from across the world, a previous records were broken across the board by the time the four-day show closed on April 25.
A highlight of this year’s Arabian Travel Market (ATM) saw industry experts discuss how technology trends are transforming the Middle East travel industry.
UAE and Oman destination management company, Desert Gate, and independently-owned incoming company, MTS Globe, officially launched Maldives as the group’s latest destination at this year’s Arabian Travel Market.
A.A. Al Moosa Enterprises, a Dubai-based service oriented conglomerate that offers a wide spectrum of business interests, announced it will reveal its upcoming projects at Arabian Travel Market 2018 (ATM).
Arabian Travel Market (ATM) opens its doors on April 22 for four days of business networking opportunities and insightful seminar sessions, where deals worth over USD2.5 billion will be agreed.
At this year's Arabian Travel Market (ATM), Sabre showcased the new Sabre Red Workspace, a next-generation travel agency platform, developed to help customers meet the new, more empowered traveller, seeking personalisation, choice and the ability to unbundle different components of a ticket.
The panel discussion The Real Deal: Why selling local experiences matters held at Arabian Travel Market revealed that fusing cultural offerings with the latest modern attractions is a way ahead to maximise Dubai’s and GCC countries’ tourism potential.