Fredrik Reinisch, general manager, Habtoor Grand Resort, Autograph Collection, speaks to Breaking Travel News about the growth of the MICE sector in the Middle East and the features of the resort.
Dubai Airports, operator of Dubai International and Dubai World Central, has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Bureau Dubai Expo 2020 to ensure a world-class experience for the millions of guests that will visit Dubai during the event. Following the signing of the deal the airport operator is now an official supporter of Dubai Expo 2020.
Dubai International welcomed 6.4 million passengers in October, according to the monthly traffic report issued by operator Dubai Airports. Passenger traffic at DXB reached 6,420,208 passengers compared to 6,250,810 recorded in the corresponding month last year, an increase of 2.7 per cent. Year to date, passenger numbers at DXB have risen 6.8 per cent to 69,366,094 compared to 64,947,684 recorded during the first ten months of 2015.
Dubai Parks & Resorts has opened Bollywood Parks as the destination continues to expand. Bollywood Parks Dubai is a first-of-its-kind theme park that showcases rides and attractions based on some of Bollywood’s biggest blockbusters. The park opened today with a ceremony that included various live entertainment shows performed by the talented Bollywood artists and dancers.
Dubai World Central is now gaining ground in the region as a popular airport for passengers with traffic surging 161 per cent in the third quarter, according to a report issued by operator Dubai Airports today. DWC welcomed 191,950 passengers during quarter three, a sharp increase of 161 per cent compared to 73,466 passengers recorded during the corresponding period in 2015.
Janeen Mansour, public relations manager, IMG Worlds of Adventure. Open since August 2016, Dubai’s first mega themed entertainment destination promises visitors from around the world the excitement of four epic adventure zones in one location. Here we find out more.
Ken Cooper, head of sales, La Perle, speaks to Breaking Travel News at World Travel Market 2016. As the attraction prepares to open in spring 2017, he brings viewers up to date with what the destination will add to tourism in Dubai.
Breaking Travel News talks to Fredrick Reinisch, general manager, Habtoor Grand Beach Resort & Spa, at World Travel Market 2016. The five star resort is located in Dubai Marina with a private beach. Here we find out more.
Breaking Travel News talks to Julien Munoz, vice president, sales, Dubai Parks & Resorts at World Travel Market 2016. Dubai Parks & Resorts, owned by DXB Entertainments, became the Middle East’s largest multi-themed leisure and entertainment destination when it opened last month. Comprising three separate theme parks - Motiongate, Legoland Dubai, and Bollywood Parks - we here find out more about this unique destination.
Breaking Travel News talks to Issam Kazim, chief executive, Dubai Corporation for Tourism at World Travel Market 2016. On the agenda is the growth of the mid-market sector in the destination, the latest hotel milestones and a recent change to visa regulations for Chinese visitors.
Dubai Parks & Resorts will change the landscape of leisure and entertainment in the destination today as the attraction officially opens to the public. The opening commences with the region’s first Legoland Dubai theme park and Riverland Dubai, the multi-themed dining and retail destination located at the heart of Dubai Parks & Resorts.
Seven million passengers per month is fast becoming the norm at Dubai International after September’s numbers eclipsed that total for the sixth time in nine months, according to the monthly traffic report issued today by operator Dubai Airports. Passenger traffic at DXB passengers reached 7,094,738 compared to 6,432,654 recorded in the corresponding month last year, an increase of 10.3 per cent.