Middle East News
Qatar World Cup to generate $4 billion revenue opportunity
Qatar World Cup to generate $4 billion revenue opportunity from tourist spends in Middle East
World cup fever spreads from Qatar in Middle East tourism boom
Qatar is gearing up for a World Cup tourism boom as the tiny Gulf state prepares to welcome more than a million soccer fans. One complication: many of them can’t or won’t stay there.
Middle East to face airline pilot shortages within next two years
In its latest update on pilot shortages in the aviation sector, global management consultancy Oliver Wyman has found that, as air travel continues to recover this year, the demand for airline pilots will outstrip supply in most regions globally between 2022 and 2024, with the Middle East feeling the effects first.
Hospitality industry embraces Ramadan
As the holy month of Ramadan gets underway, Breaking Travel News checks into some of the most luxurious and iconic hotels in the Middle East, to find out how these properties are marking the occasion, with spectacular Ramadan tents and tasty feasts.
Seychelles continues work to increase market share from Middle East
The Seychelles Tourism Board has strengthened its presence this year at the Arabian Travel Market (ATM) with an increased number of trade partners from the destination in addition to the presence of La Reunion Island Tourism (IRT) this year under the new joint cooperation with Seychelles Tourism Board.