The Turkish Tourism and Information Office is mounting a 141 square metre pavilion at Arabian Travel Market 2002, which will be held at the Airport Expo Dubai, United Arab Emirates, from May 7-10 – the …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Wednesday, February 13 - 2002 @ 10:49
This year is no different, with Turkey maintaining its strong stance at this year’s ATM exhibition, which opens its doors to flocks of exhibitors and visitors from April 30th to May 3rd 2012 at the …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Sunday, April 29 - 2012 @ 10:09
By Thursday night and before the show opened to the public, some 5,624 trade professionals had visited- a slight 5.4% drop on last year’s attendance. Sixty-three percent of the trade turnout by Thursday night came …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Sunday, May 12 - 2002 @ 09:32
As Bahrain continues to reduce its dependence on hydrocarbons, the Kingdom is emphasising its status as a strategic financial hub, particularly within Islamic finance, in drawing business travelers. It is also planning to tap the …Read full article » Bahrain: Monday, February 07 - 2011 @ 12:36
UAE-based hospitality group, TIME Hotels announced that it has launched the Middle East’s first carbon offset accommodation at two of its hotels in Dubai. It’s part of the company’s drive to reduce greenhouse gas emissions …Read full article » : Tuesday, May 06 - 2014 @ 14:38
Boasting a total of six hotels and residences in the Middle East either fully operational or under construction, Dusit has unveiled two additional properties – Dusit Princess City Centre Dubai and Dusit Dilmunia on Bahrain …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Saturday, May 09 - 2009 @ 12:10
TAMANI Marina Hotel and Hotel Apartment has participated in the Arabian Travel Market (ATM-2014) in Dubai from May 5 to 8, utilizing the world’s third biggest travel industry show to promote the five-star hotel among …Read full article » : Thursday, May 08 - 2014 @ 14:46
The group, which currently operates properties in Dubai, Yemen and Oman, says it is looking to position itself throughout the Middle East as a brand offering superior luxury and elegant sophistication.
The expansion is to be …
The move comes as Syria plans to capitalise on inbound tourism traffic from the Gulf and Middle East.
“Inbound tourism from the Gulf countries has been on the rise for the past three years, many factors …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Monday, March 08 - 2004 @ 15:27
Syria’s Director of Tourism Promotion, Eng. Nidal Machfej said:
“Around 75 per cent of tourists to Syria are from neighbouring countries and the GCC. We were at last year’s show and achieved very good results. …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Sunday, April 30 - 2006 @ 10:59