For the first time in the Middle East, Deer Jet showcased its 787 Dream Jet during a stopover at Doha International Airport, as part of a series of displays in key international charter destinations titled Dreams Encounter the World.
IN A REPORT TITLED GLOBAL MEGATRENDS AND THEIR IMPACT ON THE MIDDLE EAST’S TRAVEL AND TOURISM INDUSTRY, PwC UNCOVERED FIVE TRENDS ACROSS THE WORLD THAT ARE SET TO TRANSFORM TOURISM IN THE MIDDLE EAST.
As a part of its network expansion strategy, Qatar Airways has recently launched its inaugural service to Yanbu, which has increased the number of its weekly flights to Saudi Arabia to 154.
The Saudi Exhibition and Convention Bureau (SECB) reported a fruitful first quarter (Q1) of this year, during which it licensed some 2,484 various events, from which MICE events marked a nine percent year-on-year increase.
Hilton Hotels & Resorts welcomed the newest addition to its growing Middle East portfolio, Hilton Makkah Convention Hotel, which opened its doors on April 02.
According to Colliers International, Saudi Arabia and Oman will lead the GCC’s investments in cultural tourism, a segment which is set to feature heavily at Arabian Travel Market (ATM) on April 24 – 27.
The properties will be unveiled at Arabian Travel Market (ATM), on April 24 – 27, where existing and new brands in key territories within the region will be showcased.
Aiming to promote the destination and its diverse offerings, Seychelles Tourism Board has successfully participated in this year’s Riyadh Travel Fair, held on April 07 — 10 at Al Faisaliah Hotel.
Hailed as the first of its kind, Saudi Arabia is set to build a mega cultural, sports and entertainment city, with the foundation stone to be laid in 2018.