Travel experts are expecting a surge in workations in 2021 and beyond, a trend that was apparent in 2019, which now has such pent-up demand.
ATM 2021 will also play an integral role in Arabian Travel Week and for the first time, a new hybrid format will mean a virtual ATM running a week later to complement and reach a wider audience than ever before.
Digital, distribution and venture-backed platforms have been ushering in a dramatic change, from how travelers plan and book, to how operators and distributors connect.
LCCs are predicted to continue to chip away at their bigger rivals’ market share, with Saudia’s LCC subsidiary, flyadeal, leading this trend.
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.
he company currently operates 16 hotels in the MENA region spread across Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Turkey and Lebanon, both in four-and five-star categories.
Featuring 206 studios and suites overlooking the Arabian Gulf, C Central Beach Hotel The Palm is all set to welcome guests early this summer.
Arabian Travel Week comprises ATM 2019 and ILTM Arabia as well as CONNECT Middle East, India and Africa 2019 and new consumer-led event ATM Holiday Shopper.