ABU DHABI, May 15, 2021 (WAM) – Department of Culture and Tourism – Abu Dhabi (DCT Abu Dhabi) will participate in this year’s Arabian Travel Market (ATM), the largest personal event in the travel and tourism industry. physically go through the year. Now 28 years old, ATM 2021 will ship in a hybrid format, with a ground event taking place at the Dubai World Trade Center from May 16-19, followed by a virtual event from May 24-26.
In line with this year’s theme “A New Dawn for Travel and Tourism”, which will focus on recovery and new opportunities for the travel and tourism industry, DCT Abu Dhabi will present its plans to reactivate international tourism activities across the entire destination. as well as plans for the coming summer and winter seasons.
“Our participation in ATM is a great opportunity to connect with industry stakeholders and discuss opportunities to advance the tourism sector, despite the current unique global circumstances,” said Ali Hasan Al Shayba, Executive Director of Tourism and Marketing, DCT Abu Dhabi. “Our team at DCT Abu Dhabi has demonstrated incredible resilience and perseverance, working around the clock with local partners and authorities to develop a range of initiatives and expand our offerings to help revitalize the tourism sector while ensuring the health and safety of our residents and guests. Primarily. As we prepare to launch our expanded reopening strategy to welcome more international visitors, we look forward to sharing our exciting work and plans with industry stakeholders and the media during ATM 2021. ”
In addition to unveiling its plans for the year, ATM 2021 will see DCT Abu Dhabi engaging with strategic partner WizzAir, a newly formed LLC in Abu Dhabi, making its debut at the event.
DCT Abu Dhabi’s participation in the event is the latest in a series of initiatives aimed at developing the tourism industry and supporting partners, as well as increasing consumer confidence both locally and internationally. These initiatives include the pioneering Go Safe certification program, which has been designed to improve hygiene and cleanliness in all of the emirate’s travel and retail establishments.
Abu Dhabi has made significant progress in expanding its travel portfolio despite the challenges of the pandemic, with many new establishments and projects completed and underway, such as the latest Hilton Abu Dhabi Yas Island, Hudayriyat Recreation and Entertainment District and the upcoming Abu Dhabi midfield terminal.
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