Tourism revenues in Turkey dropped 16.5 per cent year-on-year to $4.07 billion in the first quarter, the Turkish Statistics Institute said on Friday.
Last year as a whole, tourism revenues fell 8.3 per cent to $31.5 billion. - Reu
David Scowsill, president and CEO of the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), has called for continued investment in Travel & Tourism in the Middle East - which generated $194.5 billion or 8.0 per cent of GDP in 2015 - as a means
Copthorne Hotel Dubai is keen to grow its share of the rapidly growing Halal tourism sector, which was reported to be worth $140 billion in 2014 representing around 13 per cent of global travel expenditure.
This figure is expected
Emirates and Dubai Health Authority (DHA) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in order to promote medical tourism in Dubai and fulfill the emirate’s goal of attracting 500,000 medical tourists by the year 2020.
Ras Al Khaimah has signed an agreement with Cox & Kings, a leading tour operator from India, to strengthen its relationship and expand its presence in the Indian market, which is one of the fastest outbound markets in the region.
Tourism Malaysia’s deputy director general (International Promotion) Azizan Noordin officially launched a new advertising campaign for the West Asian market during a press conference held in conjunction with the Arabian Travel Market (ATM)
The Future of the UAE as a Global Tourism Hub was the headline session opener for the new Global Stage at ATM 2016 yesterday (April 25), as eight of the Emirate’s leading tourism and hospitality minds shared their experience and insight in
Abu Dhabi-based Nirvana Travel and Tourism has been named the official sales partner for Spain's leading theme park Port Aventura World following the signing of a global sales agreement at the Arabian Travel Market (ATM) being held in Dubai,
A top official at Omran, Oman's tourism development and investment company, has unveiled that the country is going full steam ahead on its infrastructure development with plans for a major business park and signature mall project set to make
Egypt netted just $500 million in tourism revenue in the first quarter of 2016, down from $1.5 billion a year earlier, a tourism ministry adviser told Reuters, highlighting the country's struggle to kickstart a key dollar-earning industry.