Arabian Travel Market (ATM) exhibitors will be pulling out all the stops to showcase their creative and business flair at this year’s ATM Best Stand Awards 2022.
Despite the pandemic headwinds that the global hospitality industry has had to contend with over the past two years, new hotel development in prime tourism destinations in Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Oman and the UAE, remains substantial even by global standards.
Business travel expenditure in the Middle East is forecast to rise by 32 percent this year, following a predicted 49 percent increase during 2021, according to a report by the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) published in November 2021.
Russia has grown to become the second-largest source market for Dubai’s travel and tourism sector in 2021, climbing from eighth place in last year’s rankings.
Reed Exhibitions (RX), the organiser of Arabian Travel Market (ATM) has announced that this year’s four-day event will now open on May 09 and close on May 12, to fall in line with the UAE’s new Monday-to-Friday working week.
Providing expatriate workers, who qualify, with residence visas to stay beyond their working lives and the introductions of a series of other new visa options will be key for tourism and give a boost to attractions, activities and entertainment venues. This will be one of the topics addressed at the Arabian Travel Market (ATM) 2022, which takes place May 8-11.
RX Global, organiser of Arabian Travel Market (ATM), has revealed that 2022 could witness a resurgence in brand conscious travellers, following commentary it received from delegates attending its bthis year’s in-person and virtual seminars about responsible tourism.
RX Global, organiser of Arabian Travel Market (ATM, has announced that the 2022 edition of its annual showcase, will focus on the future of international travel and tourism and the likely challenges and the benefits, for a resilient industry that is still coming to terms with the new normal.
Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO) will establish an office in Dubai, UAE within this year, as part of its strategic efforts to achieve the Japanese government’s goal of welcoming 60 million international visitors to Japan by 2030.