The International Tourism Fair FITUR 2022 will hold its 42nd edition from the January 19-23, taking a step forward, aware of the need for tourism to be reinstated in its leadership as engine for economic and social development, within a key context of worldwide recovery after the pandemic.
The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) announced the next PATA Annual Summit to be held live and in-person from March 22 – 25, in Ras Al Khaimiah, UAE.
Marriott Hotel Al Forsan, the five-star hotel situated in Khalifa City Abu Dhabi, has appointed Jayadev Nakka as the new assistant director of PR and marketing.
IHG Hotels & Resorts, one of the world’s leading hotel companies, has announced the signing of a management agreement with Dallah Real Estate Company for a Hotel Indigo Resort in Durrat Al Arus, Jeddah.
Maya Weug, the girl who made history as the first ever female member of the Ferrari Driver Academy, visited Ferrari World Abu Dhabi in December 2021, and experienced the park’s record-breaking rides and attractions.
Qatar Airways has announced a new partnership with Madrid Destino, the tourism board of Madrid, Spain in a strategic move to support tourism growth to the pulsating city.
Marriott International, Inc. Announced in December that it expects to debut more than 30 luxury hotels this year, creating the rare and enriching experiences today's luxury traveller craves with its unmatched portfolio of dynamic luxury brands.
Gabriel Gusta, a travel, recreation and tourism professional with more than five years of professional recreation experience internationally as well as the MENA region, has recently been appointed as the recreation manager of The Ritz-Carlton Ras Al Khaimah, Al Wadi Desert resort.
FITUR 2022, to be held from January 19-23, will be a strategic event in the drive to boost the global tourism market and offer the entire tourism industry value chain a scenario for the sector’s recovery and growth at both business and international level.
Jazeera Airways took delivery of its ninth Airbus A320neo aircraft from Airbus in Toulouse in mid-December, bringing the airline’s fleet to a total of 17 aircraft.