The new ATM Virtual event will address the changes to the tourism industry amid the rise of online travel agencies, the re-opening of operations post Covid-19 and its impact on tour and attraction operators across the Middle East.
Local tourism and domestic travel are expected to lead the United Arab Emirates’ recovery from Covid-19, according to new research. The topic will come under discussion during the newly-launched ATM Virtual, a three-day event that will take place from June 1st-3rd.
Arabian Travel Market Virtual is preparing to host a session on the future of Chinese tourism in the Middle East. Moderated by Adam Wu, the event will take place on Tuesday, June 2nd at 11:00 GST.
The meeting addressed the impact Covid-19 will have on the international trade show arena through discussions focused on the key learnings from businesses during the pandemic and the resulting changes to the industry.
Reed Travel Exhibitions has announced dates for the three spring global trade shows in its World Travel Market portfolio after a wave of cancellations in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
The 2020 Arabian Travel Market has been cancelled, with the event set to return next year. After initially postponing the tradeshow until June, organisers have now bowed to the inevitable in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
The event, which had been scheduled to take place next month, will now be hosted From June 28th-July 1st at the Dubai World Trade Centre in the United Arab Emirates.
With ITB Berlin and a host of other major events cancelled, Breaking Travel News here examines what further damage could be done to the global hospitality industry by the spread of COVID-19
An additional three million international visitors are expected to visit the United Arab Emirates during Expo 2020. Arrivals from India, Saudi Arabia, Philippines, UK and Pakistan are expected to drive this influx, according to the latest data released ahead of Arabian Travel Market.