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The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia represented by the Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities (SCTA) participated in the 13th session of the Arab Ministerial Council for Tourism in Alexandria, Egypt, du
“Political empowerment of women in [the] Arab World sets new signs, and women will make the most powerful changes to the econmic crisis," said HE Dr.
It was learned that the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has issued prohibition orders for their airspace on aircraft registered in the Congo DR, besides also affecting the same measure on Swaziland, Equato
Destination Sri Lanka reported a major influx of Arab travelers as Middle East tourist arrivals to Sri Lanka surged 50 per cent in January, 2010 compared to the same period last year, according to sta
The Qatar Tourism Authority (QTA) participated in the fifth meeting of the executive committee of Arab Tourism Ministers Council (ATMC), which was held from December 19 to 20 in Muscat. Mr.
Encouraging travel and tourism prospects have been brought about by the United Arab Emirates' (UAE) top ranking in the Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Report 2009 and the country's positive long-te
"The Arabian Gulf has established a luxury brand identity for the region that is as powerful as Bulgari, Ferragamo, and Mont Blanc," Jeffrey Ornstein, CEO of J/Brice Design International www.jbricedes
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, represented by the Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities (SCTA), will participate in the 12th session of the Arab Ministerial Council of Tourism (AMCT) in Yemen.
Despite the continued unrest in the Middle East reignited by the escalated tension between Israel and Palestine, Egypt’s tourism is expected to grow further this year 2009.
SHARM EL-SHEIK, Egypt - The Electronic Union of Travel Industry (EUOTI), together with the Arab Tourism Organization (ATO) and the co-operation of the International Federation of Information Technolog
BEIRUT – The Arab World Travel and Tourism Exchange (AWTTE) was held on October 16-19, 2008 after 2 years of absence, putting Lebanon back on the international tourism map both as a tourism and MICE
BEIRUT (September 20, 2008) – Over 30% of Arab World Travel & Tourism Exchange (AWTTE) exhibitors are participating for the first time with France, Poland, Sri Lanka, UAE and Kurdistan region as new
ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates - Everything in the United Arab Emirates is booming. While the rest of the world enters uncertain times, record oil prices fuel an unrelenting construction and property boom and residents - some 70% are expats - look for ways to spend their petro-dollars.
A study published in a Turkish-language magazine on travel and hotel management suggests that German and Arab tourists visiting Turkey tend to spend significant sums while Russian, British and Spanish tourists tend to spend less.