With the approaching Arabian Travel Market (ATM) taking place at Dubai World Trade Centre from April 24 – 27, the UAE looks to attract more Chinese visitors with a vision to reach 265 percent growth by 2021.
FOLLOWING ON FROM THE SUCCESS OF WELCOMING A 15 PERCENT YEAR-ON-YEAR RISE IN VISITOR NUMBERS IN THE FIRST 10 MONTHS OF 2016, OMAN IS SET TO INVEST USD1.17 BILLION INTO ITS TOURISM INDUSTRY BY 2026.
The global wellness industry grew 10.6 percent becoming a USD3.72 trillion market during 2015, with the spa market a key driver according to new research from the Global Wellness Institute.
THEME PARK TOURISM, A REPORT BY COLLIERS INTERNATIONAL, HAS FORECASTED THAT THE UAE’S EXISTING, AND NEW GENERATION THEME PARKS WILL ATTRACT MORE THAN 19 MILLION ADMISSIONS A YEAR BY 2020, IF CURRENT TRENDS CONTINUE.
Our new premium economy cabin has become a real hit. “Our new premium economy cabin has become a real hit in the Gulf region and showcasing it to a larger audience attending the Arabian Travel Market [was]
Lausanne Tourism signed a global sales agreement with dnata at the recently-held Arabian Travel Market (ATM). The organisation used the event to promote the Swiss city as an attractive destination for tourism, leisure as well as business.
QATAR TOURISM AUTHORITY REPORTED THREE MILLION VISITORS TO THE COUNTRY IN 2015, WITH FUTURE TARGETS GOING AS HIGH AS FOUR MILLION BY 2020.
Underscoring the industry’s significance to Oman’s socio-economic growth, the country pledges to invest some USD35 billion in tourism between 2015 – 2040.
Offering midmarket options frees up additional visitor spend. “Traditionally the upscale hotel segment has been driving regional hospitality sector growth for the last decade.