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H.H. Sheikh Khaled bin Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, crown prince, Abu Dhabi and Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Executive Council, has recently approved the new Tourism Strategy 2030 for the emirate.

Fly Jinnah, Pakistan’s low-cost carrier, on March 27 marked the inaugural flight of its second international route connecting Lahore, Pakistan with Sharjah, city.

DP World welcomed the minister of transport, communications and works of the Republic of Cyprus, Alexis Vafeades and the shipping deputy minister to the president of the Republic of Cyprus, Marina Hadjimanolis, at its Dubai Headquarters on 25 and 26th of March 25-26.

Royal Jordanian Airlines (RJ), in collaboration with MetaCompliance, a leader in providing awareness and training solutions in the field of information security, announced the launch of an interactive awareness platform for its employees in the field of cybersecurity. The aim is to spread digital culture and provide advice and guidance that will protect employees in cyberspace.

According to research by Oxford Economics, outbound travel from China is estimated to almost double this year, compared with 2023 and will only be 22 percent below its peak pre-pandemic numbers of 155 million tourists in 2019, who spent over USD250 billion overseas.

Red Sea Global (RSG), the developer behind regenerative tourism destinations The Red Sea and AMAALA, has announced it is preparing to welcomed its first international flight to Red Sea International Airport (RSI).

Air Arabia, hailed as the Middle East and North Africa’s first and largest low-cost carrier (LCC) operator, announced the launch of its new route from Sharjah to Basra in Iraq.

The travel and tourism sector witnessed the announcement of 93 deals globally during the first two months of 2024, an year-on-year (YoY) decline of 22.5 percent compared to the announcement of 120 deals during the same period in 2023, revealed GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.

Saudi Arabia has received international recognition and applause from UN Tourism and the World Travel & Tourism Council for its remarkable achievement of welcoming over 100 million tourists in 2023. This accomplishment significantly surpassed the previous target set for 2030, positioning Saudi Arabia as an emerging global tourism powerhouse.

Yalago, part of the Emirates Group and one of the world’s fastest-growing leisure accommodation wholesale specialists, has announced a record high in hotel bookings with its global travellers in January and February of this year, since the inception of the company in 2017.