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During the opening session of Arabian Travel Market’s inaugural virtual event, ATM Virtual, aviation industry veteran Tim Clark, president, Emirates Airline, had outlined the impact of COVID-19 on the aviation industry, as well as the measures implemented by the company in response to the pandemic.

In a continued support to the efforts of the State of Kuwait in the fight against Covid-19, Jazeera Airways converted its Park & Fly facility in record time for free use by the Ministry of Health to perform the first drive-through virus tests in Kuwait.

Accor, a global hospitality leader, and AXA, a global leader in insurance, announced an innovative strategic partnership to provide medical support to guests across the 5,000 Accor hotels worldwide.

With the ever changing development of Coronavirus (Covid-19); that has affected over 160 countries around the globe, the Two Seasons Hotels & Apartments are committed to live up by our core values to take care of our guests and colleagues.

Air Arabia recently reported a profitable first quarter (January to March) of the current year despite COVID-19 impact on the carrier’s first quarter financial and operational performance.

The Department of Culture and Tourism – Abu Dhabi (DCT Abu Dhabi) recently announced the launch of a safe and clean certification programme – a first of its kind in the region, and one which seeks to uplift and standardise the cleanliness and hygiene levels across all businesses and organisations in the tourism sector.

Bavaria-based Outdooractive, Europe’s largest outdoor portal for hiking, cycling, mountain biking and skiing, has acquired UK-based ViewRanger, featuring a range of additional destinations and exceptional routes and trails, across the globe.

Best Western Hotels & Resorts (BWHR) was the first hotel brand to set a high level of cleanliness with the roll out the I Care Clean programme in 2012.

Hamad International Airport (HIA) has announced that it handled 529,436 tonnes of cargo during the first quarter (Q1) of this year, which signifies a 4,7 percent increase in the global hub’s cargo activity in comparison to the same quarter of 2019.

Local tourism and domestic travel are expected to lead the UAE and wider GCC’s recovery from COVID-19 as we begin to see the easing of lockdown restrictions, according to the latest research released ahead of Arabian Travel Market (ATM) Virtual, a newly-launched three-day event that will take place from June 01-03 of this year.