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.
Governmental representatives from Australia and Greece met with H.H. Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, CEO, The Emirates Group, to strengthen the ties and discuss cooperation in relation to air connectivity.
During Arabian Travel Market (ATM), H.E. Yehia Rashed, minister of tourism, Egypt, revealed that Arab countries represent the strongest source market for Egypt tourism, accounting for 36.3 percent of total visitor traffic in 2016.
At the first session at Arabian Travel Market (ATM) Global Stage, titled Expo 2020 Dubai: The Legacy, the post-event strategy of re-developing the site to support a diversified and sustainable tourism industry was revealed.
“At Amadeus, we believe that the combination of education and technology is critical, in order to build up a sustainable and competitive travel and tourism sector in the future.
While celebrating its 10th anniversary of operations, Emaar Hospitality Group has unveiled six new hotel projects at the Arabian Travel Market, as well as showcasing its portfolio of 10 hotels and three serviced residences.