QnA International, organiser of The MICE Arabia and Luxury Travel Congress, has underlined the potential of the outbound Middle Eastern market.
Gulf Air recently signed a partnership agreement with Voyager, an inbound travel agency based in Georgia, making it the carrier's general sales agent in the country.
GTA Middle East has signed an exclusive three-month agreement with Geneva Tourism & Conventions Foundation in a common effort to encourage family and leisure travel from the GCC region to Geneva.
Senior representatives from the United Nations (UN), World Bank and more than 40 nations descended in Jeddah for a meeting organised by Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), ahead of a conference regarding the situation in Yemen.
At the 2016 Seatrade Middle East Cruise Forum, Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority (TCA Abu Dhabi), highlighted the potential of developing the Halal cruising segment.
Following a soft opening whereby media personnel viewed its offerings, Mall of Qatar, a 500,000m2 shopping concept, is officially open to the public.
From January 19, Gulf Air will implement a modified daily flight schedule to and from Beirut in response to passenger demand from across the GCC region.
Gulf Air is set to inaugurate a new route to Georgia with direct flights to and from the capital city of Tbilisi which will come into effect in June, offering three weekly flights via Shota Rustaveli Tbilisi International Airport.
Bahrain Tourism and Exhibition Authority (BTEA) organised the GCC inaugural meeting on January 25 – 26, which took place in Manama.