RX Global has unveiled plans for Arabian Travel Week, a series of digital and in person events in Dubai this spring designed to foster a recovery in the hospitality sector. Here Breaking Travel News speaks to Danielle Curtis, exhibition director, Middle East, Arabian Travel Market, about the event and her ambitions for the year ahead
RX Global has unveiled plans for Arabian Travel Week, a series of digital and in person events in Dubai this spring designed to foster a recovery in the hospitality sector. Here Breaking Travel News finds out what is on the agenda
Despite the pandemic headwinds that the global hospitality industry has had to contend with, new hotel development in prime spots in Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Oman and the UAE remains substantial.
Business travel expenditure in the Middle East is forecast to rise by a third this year, following a predicted 49 per cent increase during 2021, according to new research released ahead of the show.
Arabian Travel Market has been bumped back a day to accommodate the new Monday-to-Friday working week in the UAE. The event will now take place for four days from Monday, May 9th in Dubai
Arabian Travel Market has convened its advisory board to set the agenda for the 2022 event. The show will take place at Dubai World Trade Centre from May 8 -11.
Hotel demand across the majority of Middle East and North Africa markets is expected to achieve parity with 2019 levels of performance in 2022, according to new research.
The organisers of Arabian Travel Market have argued that 2022 could witness a resurgence in brand conscious travellers, following commentary received from delegates attending this year.
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.