Global travel experts predict a massive increase in global international inbound travel, and the Caribbean and Latin America are leading the way.
The FIFA World Cup Trophy Tour kicked off with a first-stop event in Dubai, where former FIFA World Cup winners Iker Casillas and Kaká came together to send the original FIFA World Cup Trophy on its journey around the world ahead of the tournament later this year.
The African travel and tourism industry has the potential to attract considerable investment if the continent works together as one destination, develops a more sustainable approach and enhances air connectivity, tourism ministers from across Africa have agreed.
The Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games has unveiled the route that the Queen’s Baton Relay will take through England this summer. Travelling via land, air and sea, more than 180 communities in England will experience the Queen’s Baton on a route spanning 2,500 miles.
L’Étape Las Vegas by Tour de France is set to bring a unique cycling experience to Las Vegas and Red Rock Canyon next year
Tourism Australia met with prestigious travel advisors from the United States and Canada at luxury travel company Abercrombie & Kent’s A&K 100 Club held in Chicago.
The European Tour group has announced a new partnership with Hilton Worldwide that will see the global hospitality company become an Official Partner of the DP World Tour and Official Hotel of the 2023 Ryder Cup.
Emirates and the South African Tourism Board have signed a MoU to jointly promote tourism and boost visitor arrivals and inbound traffic to South Africa from key markets across the Emirates network.
More than 23,000 visitors attended the 29th edition of ATM 2022, as industry leaders gathered at Dubai World Trade Centre to share insights into the future of international travel and tourism.
Emirates has reaffirmed its partnership with Mauritius by signing a MoU with Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority to promote tourism to Mauritius from key markets across the Emirates network.
The Abu Dhabi Convention & Exhibition Bureau (ADCEB), part of the Department of Culture and Tourism – Abu Dhabi, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, to further bolster support for MICE groups travelling to Abu Dhabi.
Dubai-based Arabian Adventures, athe destination management company and part of the dnata Travel Group, is launching extensive growth plans for 2022 across its entire operations.