A complete of 62 international locations might be represented on the exhibition flooring this yr at Arabian Journey Market (ATM).
The occasion is scheduled to happen, in-person, on the Dubai World Commerce Centre (DWTC) on from Sunday, Might 16th.
The most important journey and tourism showcase within the area has attracted key exhibitors from inbound and outbound markets akin to Saudi Arabia, Jordan, UK, China, Germany, Russia, Greece, Egypt, Cyprus, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, the Maldives, the Philippines, Thailand and the US.
“That is a powerful response from journey and tourism organisations throughout all journey sectors, given the assorted journey restrictions in place all over the world, and offers a serious increase for the journey business within the Center East,” commented Danielle Curtis, exhibition director Center East, Arabian Journey Market.
Many locations taking part in ATM this yr, might be hoping to draw GCC guests within the second half of this yr.
International locations such because the Maldives for instance, may have a big presence at ATM, in addition to perennial favourites akin to Malaysia and Thailand, Germany, Greece, Italy and Switzerland.
“The Maldives has accomplished exceptionally nicely in 2021 to date, welcoming over 200,000 guests within the first two months of the yr.
“It is likely one of the prime locations for UAE travellers and to deal with the elevated demand, in March Emirates introduced it was rising its companies over the Easter holidays, providing prospects 28 weekly flights to Male, up from the scheduled 24 weekly flights,” added Curtis.
ATM 2021 is unfold throughout 9 halls.
In step with the present density restrictions and social distancing pointers and laws, there might be 11,000 folks within the halls at any given time.
Staying with the worldwide flavour, general, ATM 2021 options 67 convention periods with over 145 native, regional and worldwide audio system.
Onsite, there’s a World Stage which is able to embody a resort business summit, devoted purchaser boards for Saudi Arabia and China, an Worldwide Tourism & Funding Convention (ITIC), in addition to an aviation panel, and a particular session on Gulf-Israeli ties.