The advantages of developing the adventure travel sector of the region was highlighted at the ongoing Arabian Travel Market (ATM), the region's biggest travel and tourism event.
The adventure travel sector is presently valued
Arabian Travel Market (ATM) 2015, the region's biggest travel and tourism event, opened today (May 4) in Dubai, UAE with a focus on the family travel market, as new data revealed preference for destinations, theme park activities, shopping a
Online travel bookings, which represent 25 per cent of all bookings in the Middle East, are forecast to grow in 2015 and 2016 to reach 36 per cent by the end of 2017 when online revenue is expected to reach $35 billion, a report said.
The Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority’s (TCA Abu Dhabi) pavilion at the Arabian Travel Market (ATM) opening in Dubai tomorrow (May 4) will feature 51 co-exhibitors and 90 Abu Dhabi product lines.
ATM runs from until
Arabian Travel Market (ATM) 2015, the region’s leading travel industry showcase, opens its doors tomorrow (May 4) for four days of business networking opportunities, insightful seminar sessions and ministerial discussions.
Sofitel Abu Dhabi Corniche will take part in the Arabian Travel Market (ATM) 2015 which opens tomorrow (May 4) in Dubai, the hotel’s general manager said.
'Our participation at ATM is very important as this is the perfec
The Grand Millennium Dubai will showcase its latest developments at the upcoming Arabian Travel Market (ATM) exhibition, a major travel and tourism event in the emirate this May.
ATM runs from May 4 to 7 at Dubai World Trade Centr
The UAE is expected to retain its position as a regional tourism leader with top 10 of its tourism projects representing a collective investment of just under $40 billion.
Moreover, the country’s hotel pipeline is also set to grow
The Arabian Travel Market (ATM), the largest ever travel trade event in Middle East now in its 21st year, is closing today (May 8) after logging more than 23,000 visitors or more than 10 per cent on 2013 figures, organisers said.
GCC nationals spend 260 per cent more on airfares against other nationalities, with between 40-60 per cent booking business class travel, said an industry expert, adding that the number of millionaires in the UAE is set to grow at 12 per cent an