Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA), in collaboration with the Ministry of Tourism (MT), Ministry of Interior (MOI), the Ministry of Hajj and Umrah (MOHU), Saudi Tourism Authority (STA), SAUDIA and flynas, has announced the launch of a new Stopover Visa.
Set to welcome its first guests in during the current year, The Red Sea is one of the first Saudi tourism destinations in the Kingdom to join Serandipians, and is one of just a small select number of luxury destinations to join the network before officially opening to guests.
Elaf Travel and Tourism, a leading travel management company in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and Sabre Corporation, a leading software and technology company that powers the global travel industry, cemented a long-standing relationship, signing an exclusive agreement to drive the agency’s growth through advanced technology.
Wizz Air, one of Europe's fastest-growing airlines has announced further expansion to its base in Cyprus, where it allocates two of its Airbus A321neo aircraft.
Moscow City Tourism Committee (MCTC) has successfully held its first on-ground roadshow in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the second in the UAE.
Airport developments and investment are under a sharp focus with renewed vigour and vitality in Saudi Arabia, the Middle East’s largest aviation market, which is projected to have the fastest passenger traffic growth until 2040.
The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) unveils its first round of confirmed speakers for its upcoming Global Summit to be hosted by Saudi Arabia, which includes leaders from some of the world’s largest travel and tourism businesses, Saudi officials, and tourism ministers from around the world.
Marriott International recently announced plans to debut the Fairfield by Marriott brand in Europe and the Middle East by late 2023. Fairfield is the second largest brand within Marriott Bonvoy’s extraordinary portfolio of 30 hotel brands, with a global footprint of more than 1,230 open hotels.
The Red Sea Development Company (TRSDC), the developer behind ultra-luxury tourism destination AMAALA, has announced tangible progress across the development, with over 300 contracts signed to date, worth in excess of USD1.7 billion.
Saudi Tourism Authority welcomes the Ministry of Tourism’s decision to allow residents of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries to apply for an electronic tourist visa (eVisa) to enter Saudi.