Technology permeates every aspect of the hospitality industry. To reflect this widespread prevalence and demonstrating their commitment to delivering a relevant and topical event, the International Hotel Investment Forum is launching the IHIF Hotel Tech Hub, new for 2018.
Airbus further consolidated its market lead in Asia-Pacific in 2017, delivering 367 new aircraft to 50 operators across the region, either directly to airlines or via lessors. This accounted for over half of Airbus’ total deliveries worldwide - 718 aircraft - during the year, reflecting the importance of the region for the manufacturer.
The Caribbean's largest tourism marketing event will be held in Jamaica next year. The Caribbean Hotel & Tourism Association officially announced that the 37th edition of Caribbean Travel Marketplace will be held at the Montego Bay Convention Centre from January 29th-31st, 2019.
Hundreds of budding sports stars are descending on Hainan in China this week as Mission Hills Haikou joins forces with FC Barcelona, NBA and the PGA Tour China for a fortnight of elite level competition and training.
The worldwide voting window for the World Travel Awards Middle East Gala Ceremony 2018 is now open. Industry insiders, consumers, and stakeholders from around the globe have been invited to cast their votes for the Middle Eastern organisations they consider the very best in the business, ahead of the event.
The event is focused on hotel real estate investors and brings together hotel company chief executives and other senior executives from around the region to discuss the challenges and opportunities presented by the dynamic hospitality industry.
The complex relationship between hotel owners, operators, and online travel agents is keeping prices higher than necessary and could threaten to undermine the Middle East’s hospitality sector at a time when the supply of rooms is set to reach an all-time high, according to delegates at Gulf & Indian Ocean Hotel Investors’ Summit.
How the GCC economies will drive the leisure and business travel sectors and how hotels will deal with the pressure to fine-tune their offerings to deliver long-term growth will be among the major talking points at the Gulf & Indian Ocean Hotel Investors’ Summit.
The African aviation development conference, which is entering its third year of growth, initially took place in Kigali, alongside the African Hotel Investment Forum, AHIF, and explored the link between aviation and hospitality development.
Qtech Software has been recognised as the World’s Leading Travel ERP Technology Provider by voters at the World Travel Awards. The title is widely considered to be the most prestigious in the hospitality industry.