A highlight of this year’s Arabian Travel Market (ATM) saw industry experts discuss how technology trends are transforming the Middle East travel industry.
Dubai-based seaplane tour operator, Seawings, brought back its Ras Al Khaimah Snapshot flights service, adding to the emirate’s action-packed attractions.
Alpha Destination Management, a Dubai-based GCC destination management company active throughout the GCC, anticipates a 14 percent increase in revenue this year. The figure was revealed during a presentation of Alpha’s latest developments and expansion plans during ATM.
Dubai-based low-cost carrier flydubai announced it is to launch direct flights to Finland’s capital, Helsinki.
Emaar Hospitality Group marked a historic milestone of 50 hotel projects in its portfolio, including 35 upcoming projects in the UAE and international markets, as well as 15 hotels and serviced residences that are operational in Dubai.
Citymax Hotels, a part of the hospitality division of Landmark Group, is expanding its Citymax brand.
Roda Hotels & Resorts, a Dubai-based hospitality management company and a subsidiary of Dubai International Real Estate, announced the opening of Roda Links Al Nasr.
Woods Bagot, a global architecture and design company, revealed its latest interior design project in Dubai for 25hours Hotels, a unique hotel concept which aims to provide inventive hospitality experiences for the modern nomadic traveller’s needs.
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).