IN THE ERA WHEN AUTHENTIC DESTINATION EXPERIENCES TOP TRAVELLERS’ WISH LISTS, BAHRAIN APPEARS TO HAVE IDENTIFIED THE GAPS IN FULFILLING SUCH DEMAND.
“At Carlton, we have long-term growth at the forefront of our agenda.
Despite sluggish global economic growth, low oil prices, US and Brexit influences, the UAE is set to lead the Middle East passenger growth for the year, with an annual increase of more than 6.3 percent according to estimates from the International Air Transport Association (IATA).
In partnership with Al Tayyer Travel Group, and in line with the office opening VisitBritain has launched a campaign to promote London, Manchester and Edinburgh with exclusive family packages with visa processing upgrades.
Hamad International Airport (HIA) welcomed 17.6 million travellers during the first half of the year, registering a growth of more than 20 percent over the same period in 2015 and setting a new record for Doha’s hub.
Following the recent lifting of sanctions, British Airways (BA) has relaunched its London – Tehran route, which will be operated six times a week with a Boeing 777.
The Langham, London has unveiled its 115 new guest rooms and suites, including five residences designed in a soft, neutral colour scheme. Targeting GCC residents, the five-star property has a team of Arabic-speaking butlers.
Etihad Cargo has introduced a new offer for guests who wish to travel with their luxury cars over the summer period. Apart from benefitting from special rates in first and business class, the cargo section of Etihad Airways also helps to arrange hotel accommodation
Some 660,000 travellers visited Morocco from the UK in 2015, marking a five percent year-on-year increase and leading to over 1.7 million guest nights. To further boost arrivals from the European country, the Moroccan National Tourist Office (MNTO)