ATM will take place at Dubai World Trade Centre from 19-22 April 2020, and will bring together travel and tourism experts from across the globe.
Arrivals from Europe are expected to be the largest contributor on a regional basis. Those from the GCC will represent one of the highest growth rates.
Major sporting events, including the Tokyo Olympics, and cultural events such as Expo 2020 Dubai are expected to have a positive impact on the sector.
Lebanese Tourism Minister Avedis Guidanian held a press conference today to highlight the country’s latest facts and figures related to this year’s tourism season, as well as the results of the ‘Visitor Experience’ (VX Kiosk) kiosk program recently-introduced at Rafic Hariri International Airport. During the event, Minister Guidanian remarked that despite the...
India alone draw almost 1 million visitors to Dubai, particularly noteworthy given the severe air traffic and seat capacity challenges due to geopolitical volatilities.
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Summer season is turnkey when it comes to boosting the number of arrivals to the country, and stakeholders are positive.