Arabian Travel Market will focus on the future of international tourism and the likely challenges and benefits for a resilient industry next year. The show returns in May.
The Arabian Travel Market Virtual event continued today, and after the morning hotel and aviation sessions, the focus turned towards sustainability.
Worth $254 billion in 2019, the tours, activities and attractions segment of travel and tourism is not just the third-largest part of travel; it is why people visit in the first place.
Arabian Travel Market has reached a successful conclusion in Dubai as in person shows return to the Middle East for the first time since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic. Take a look at all the Breaking Travel News coverage from the Dubai World Trade Centre here
Maldives has been one of the quickest destinations to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic, using its unique geography and strict lockdowns to reduce case numbers. Here Breaking Travel News hears more about the reopening of the destination from Thoyyib Mohamed, managing director of the local tourist board.
Breaking Travel News catches up with Mark Kirby, head of hospitality for Dubai-based hospitality giant Emaar, during Arabian Travel Market. He tells us about plans for Expo 2020, which begins in October this year, and how the luxury market is rebounding quickly across the Middle East.
As the Dubai flag-carrier launches its new premium economy offering at Arabian Travel Market, Breaking Travel News chats with Adnan Kazim, chief commercial officer of Emirates Airline, to find out more.
Kerten Hospitality is preparing for the launch of two new glamping eco-resort projects in Ras Al Khaimah under its Cloud7 brand. Here Breaking Travel News talks to Younis Al Dawoodi, general manager of the projects, to find out more.
Breaking Travel News chats with Asiet Zhukova, chief executive of the Wow Sochi Alliance, about the how the destination is rebuilding its tourism sector following the Covid-19 pandemic.
Breaking Travel News chats with Omar Al Ali, chief executive of Nirvana Travel & Tourism, about what the award-winning company has lined up for 2021 as the Middle East hospitality market recovers from the Covid-19 pandemic.