The general assembly of the Bureau International des Expositions has approved the one-year postponement of Expo 2020 Dubai. As a result, the dates of Expo 2020 Dubai have officially changed to October 1st, 2021, to March 31st, 2022.
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.
As the Dubai real estate market copes with the disruption caused by the Coronavirus pandemic, leading brokerage Appello Real Estate has said it is seeing positive levels of buyer interest in the Palm Jumeirah as the destination move through quarter two.
Germany airline Lufthansa has unveiled plans to relaunch connections from financial capital Frankfurt to Dubai. The flag-carrier will connect the two cities from June 7th, with three weekly departures.
Some beaches on the Palm Jumeirah have begun reopening following a loosening of Covid-19 restrictions by the government of Dubai. A new a set of guidelines was issued earlier, easing restrictions for private beaches in hotels and other sporting activities.
The postponement of Expo 2020 Dubai is set to be approved by the Bureau International des Expositions, with the change of dates having already surpassed the required two-thirds threshold.
Nakheel Malls is pulling out all the stops to ensure customer, staff and tenant safety and wellbeing as it prepares to reopen Nakheel Mall, Ibn Battuta Mall, Dragon Mart and other destinations across Dubai.
The executive committee of the Bureau International des Expositions has unanimously agreed to propose the postponement of Expo 2020 Dubai. The general assembly will now hold a vote on the proposed new dates, with a result expected at the end of May.
Most industries may be suffering due to the coronavirus lockdown, but Dubai-based Azizi Developments has said its projects are “in full swing”.