Hyperloop train systems and key international airport development are anticipated to transform GCC tourism infrastructure, according to Arabian Travel Market’s (ATM) research partner, Colliers International.
Arrivals from Europe to the GCC will increase by 17 percent by 2020, according to the latest data published by Arabian Travel Market (ATM).
GCC visitors are driving occupancy demand across the UAE’s northern emirates, comprising more than 30 percent of hotel check-ins, according to data released ahead of this year’s Arabian Travel Market (ATM).
World Travel Market has published four ways as to how the luxury travel industry can better appeal to the Middle East millennial market.
Chinese arrivals to the GCC countires will increase 21 percent by 2021, rising to 2.5 million visitors annually, according to data released ahead of Arabian Travel Market (ATM), set to take place in Dubai on April 22 - 25.
The number of Russian tourists travelling to the GCC in 2020 is expected to be 38 percent higher than the arrival figures recorded for 2016, according to data published by Arabian Travel Market, which will take place this year at Dubai World Trade Centre from April 22-25.
The revolution of internet and mobile technology is changing the way consumers plan and book trips, and residents of GCC countries are a part of it.
Around nine million Indians are expected to travel to the GCC region by 2021, according to the latest figures from Colliers International, as destinations throughout the Middle East prepare to showcase their latest offering at Arabian Travel Market (ATM) from April 22 – 25, 2018.
GCC visitors cover 15 percent occupancy as Royal Savoy Hotel & Spa Lausanne celebrates its first anniversary.
Sharjah Municipality has announced what is hailed to be the largest digitalisation project in the GCC, which will install enterprise software provider SAP’s advanced business solutions across all of the organisations’ internal and external services.