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THE ECONOMY - TOURISM

Sharjah's tourism sector grew by 4% in Q3 2009, Al Qasimi tells British media

Posted on 11/11/2009

London - Sharjah's participation in the World Travel Market (WTM) exhibition, taking place in London from 9 to 12 November 2009, has attracted a lot of attention among Arabic and international media, as well as exhibition visitors, including tourism and travel experts from all over the world. Coverage in the British media focused on the activities at the Sharjah stand, and shed light on the emirate's tourism attractions, particularly its distinct culture and heritage, which are particularly ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi will host World Green Tourism Congress 2010

Posted on 10/11/2009

Abu Dhabi will host a major new international confex, World Green Tourism Congress (WGTC), in 2010. To be held December 6-8, 2010 at a major venue in Abu Dhabi, the event, the first-of-its-kind in the Arabian Gulf, is being organised by the UAE's Streamline Marketing Group (SMG) with Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority (ADTA), which manages, helps develop and promote the emirate's tourism industry, as headline sponsor. This is the first meetings industry initiative to emerge from the authority's ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi tourism authority voted world's leading tourist board

Posted on 10/11/2009

Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority (ADTA), has been voted World's Leading Tourist Board in the biggest polling undertaken in the World Travel Awards' sixteen years history. Over 180,000 industry professionals voted. ADTA's Director General, Mubarak Al Muhairi accepted the award on the authority's behalf at a glittering ceremony in London's J.W. Grosvenor House Hotel last night. "This is a timely honour coming as it does as the authority marks its fifth anniversary, while it recognises the ...  >>MORE

UAE tipped to become major tourism destination in five years

Posted on 08/11/2009

The UAE, China and Vietnam are three nations likely to become top tourism destinations in the next five years, according to the Country Brand Index, compiled by brand consultancy FutureBrand. The study said the United States had unseated Australia, which held the top spot for the past three years. Australia came in third this year with Canada rising to second place. US President Barack Obama's starpower has made the United States the place most people want to visit and do business with, ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi named in top 10 cities of the world list

Posted on 04/11/2009

Abu Dhabi has been ranked among the top ten best cities to visit by Lonely Planet. The report titled ‘The Best Ten Cities to Visit in 2010' was based on scientific and field studies that took into consideration a range of factors. The achievement is especially noteworthy given that Istanbul (Turkey) Kyoto (Japan) Lecce (Italy) Vancouver (Canada) and Singapore were among the others that made it to the list. Although the report attributes the selection of some cities to the global financial ...  >>MORE

Sharjah's tourist attractions to be promoted at ITB Asia

Posted on 18/10/2009

The Sharjah Commerce and Tourism Development Authority (SCTDA) has announced its participation in the International Tourism Bourse Asia (ITB Asia), which will be held at the Sontec Conference and Exhibition Centre in Singapore from Wednesday to Friday. The authority's decision to participate in the exhibition forms part of its strategy to promote Sharjah's tourism attractions and investment opportunities to new markets. Speaking of the event, Director General of the SCTDA Mohammad A. Al ...  >>MORE

TDIC issues largest GCC sukuk of 2009- US$1bn Sukuk Al Ijara

Posted on 16/10/2009

Tourism Development '&' Investment Company (TDIC), developer of major cultural, residential and tourism destinations in Abu Dhabi, has issued the largest GCC sukuk in 2009 with its inaugural US$1bn 5-year Reg S Sukuk Al Ijara under a US$1.45bn Global Sukuk Trust Certificate Issuance Programme. This transaction is the first sukuk issuance by a 100% indirect Government of Abu Dhabi owned entity. His Excellency Sheikh Sultan Bin Tahnoon Al Nahyan, Chairman of TDIC, said: "The remarkable ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority launches first generation stakeholder programme

Posted on 07/10/2009

The Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority (ADTA), which manages the tourism industry within the Arabian Gulf emirate, has launched its first generation stakeholder programme 'Partners in Progess' to co-ordinate industry-wide destination development and promotion efforts. Under the programme, the authority has established five industry development committees (IDCs) representing the tour operator, retail and attractions, accommodation, transport and business tourism sectors. The IDCs will meet regularly ...  >>MORE

Dubai Cruise Terminal receives Dawn Princess

Posted on 06/10/2009

Dubai Cruise Terminal in Port Rashid complex recently played a host to Dawn Princess, a cruise ship which brought 2750 tourists to the emirate at the start of the cruise industry's winter season. There was a passenger exchange programme for 360 guests at the temporary cruise facility. The ship arrived from Muscat and left for Mumbai, India after a day's stay in the emirate. Cruise tourism is being aggressively promoted by the Dubai Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM) which ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi tourism industry is upbeat about prospects over coming four months

Posted on 06/10/2009

Abu Dhabi's tourism industry is upbeat about prospects over the coming four months and the year ahead with the second Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority (ADTA) comparative confidence survey showing that cooler weather, the 2009 Etihad Airways Formula 1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix to be held this November and the FIFA Club World Cup UAE 2009, which kicks off this December, helping to restore confidence levels. The ATDA survey which is based on the United Nations World Tourism Organisation's (UNWTO) ...  >>MORE

ADTA opens visitor information centre at Abu Dhabi International Airport

Posted on 05/10/2009

Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority (ADTA), which manages the tourism industry of the emirate, today opened the first of six new visitor information centres to operate throughout the destination in time for November's 2009 Etihad Airways Formula 1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. The centre in the Arrivals Hall of Abu Dhabi International Airport was opened by the authority's Deputy Director General Business Support, Abdulaziz Al Hammadi. The new visitor arrivals ‘gateway' is being manned round-the-clock by ...  >>MORE

Big Bus stops in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 03/10/2009

While you might recognise the distinctive outline in a burgundy and cream livery, you would probably be nonplussed by the setting. Not for long, though. The double-decker London bus could soon be a familiar sight on Abu Dhabi's roads after an international sightseeing tour company decided to bring its service to the capital. The Big Bus Company, which already has a presence in Dubai as well as in London, Hong Kong and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is planning to show the sights of Abu Dhabi to ...  >>MORE

Tourism authority to open six visitor centres in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 01/10/2009

The Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority (ADTA) will open six new visitor information centres and activate four additional touch-screen visitor kiosks next month for November's 2009 Etihad Airways Formula 1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. The first centre to come on line, in the Arrivals Hall of Abu Dhabi International Airport on October 4th, will be a 'gateway' for visitors arriving in the destination and will be manned round-the-clock. Four centre - at the Yas Marina Circuit, Marina Mall, Abu Dhabi Mall and ...  >>MORE

Hamdan Bin Zayed: Abu Dhabi leading global tourist destination

Posted on 27/09/2009

The emirate of Abu Dhabi has bolstered its stature as a leading global tourism destination for businessmen and investors, stressed H.H Sheikh Hamdan Bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, the Ruler's Representative to the Western Region (Gharbia). "The emirate enjoys unique luxury attractions and eclectic spread of choices that meet the demands of global travelers. Besides the sea fronts, sun, sand and luxurious choices, Abu Dhabi offers a diverse water sports, leisure, cultural and heritage environment to its ...  >>MORE

JATA World Travel Fair sees strong UAE participation

Posted on 23/09/2009

The JATA World Travel Fair has seen strong participation from the United Arab Emirates who was represented at the largest international travel fairs in Asia by Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority (ADTA), Dubai Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM), Abu Dhabi's Etihad Airways and Dubai's Emirates Airline. JATA World Travel Fair was organized by the World Tourism Congress between Sep.17 and Sep. 20. A large turnout of over 110000 people visited the UAE stands which highlighted the ...  >>MORE

Floor 124 of Burj Dubai to be open to tourists

Posted on 23/09/2009

Tourists will have "breath-taking and surreal” views of Dubai from the world's tallest building. There will be an observation deck on the 818-metre Burj Dubai, on the 124th floor of the 160-floor building, officials have announced. In addition to a 360-degree glass observation deck, an open-air balcony will also be available for those who have no fear of heights. "The views are breathtaking and surreal,” Thomas Dempsey, General Manager of the Burj Dubai, told Khaleej Times. "You can see the ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi's expanding tourism proposition plants footing in Russia

Posted on 14/09/2009

The Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority (ADTA) will promote awareness of the emirate's tourism viability in Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States. An ADTA delegation will mount a dedicated pavilion at the Leisure Moscow show from September 22-24. The exhibition is being seen as an important platform for ADTA to step up its presence in the Russian market. The pavilion lineup includes hotels, including new properties on Yas Island, which will be host on November 1 to the Etihad Airways ...  >>MORE

Cruise terminal to open in Dubai

Posted on 07/09/2009

Dubai's new cruise terminal is expected to open in January to support the emirate's plans for growing its cruise industry, seen as a key part of its strategy to boost tourist numbers, the Dubai Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM) says. Royal Caribbean's first ship based in the Middle East, Brilliance of the Seas, will start sailing from its home port of Dubai in January, stopping at Muscat, Fujairah, Abu Dhabi and Bahrain. Italy's Costa Cruises has also increased its ...  >>MORE

Dubai's tourism allure weathers storm

Posted on 20/08/2009

Tourist movements and hotel occupancy levels in Dubai kept up the tempo during the second week of August. Five-star beach hotels recorded 97 per cent occupancy, while five-star city hotels recorded occupancy levels of 76 per cent during the second week of August. Four-star hotels recorded 81 per cent occupancy. Khalid A. Bin Sulayem, director-general of the Dubai Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM), said the Dubai hotel industry received 3.85 million guests in the first ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi's ADACH issues 32 brochures and 3 maps

Posted on 19/08/2009

The Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (ADACH) is completing the first phase of a project for the interpretation of Abu Dhabi's heritage resources, said Director General of ADACH Mohammed Khalaf Al Mazrouei. The project aims at transmitting to the people of the UAE and its visitors the values and history behind Abu Dhabi's heritage resources, with the purpose of making these more accessible to the Emirate's wider community. Mazrouei said a series of 32 interpretative leaflets and ...  >>MORE

Culture capital gears up for more tourists this summer

Posted on 27/07/2009

Sharjah, UAE's culture capital, is expecting an increase in its market share of regional tourists as it boosts its cultural tourism attractions with a diverse selection of holiday package options this summer under the "Sharjah Summer Breaks” campaign. The emirate's hotels and hotel apartments are offering attractive rates between 20 and 40 per cent from June 15 until August 15 this year. Mohamed A. Al Noman, SCTDA director general, said that Sharjah's reputation as a destination for ...  >>MORE

Brisk tourism season reported in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 25/07/2009

Abu Dhabi emirate has been experiencing brisk tourism season this summer due to great efforts exerted by the Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority, the Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage, Etihad Airlines, Emirates Palace, Hotels and resorts. The family festivals such as summer in Abu Dhabi, Liwa Dates Festival 2009, promotional tourism offers and tours to palm oases, Abu Dhabi Islands, forts and sanctuaries also provided unprecedented atmosphere for the families and tourists. Full occupation ...  >>MORE

Tatweer unveils plans for annual "Discover Sharjah Fun Drive"

Posted on 23/07/2009

A colourful and adventure-packed 4x4 desert Fun Drive will be organised in Sharjah on December 4, 2009, under the slogan of "Discover Sharjah" to promote the emirate's competitiveness as well as its historical and cultural landmarks. The "Discover Sharjah Fun Drive" will be an annual landmark event on Tatweer Forum calendar. The inaugural Fun Drive will start from Sharjah National Park and pass through some important Sharjah landmarks as well as desert landscapes. It will end with a ...  >>MORE

ADTA to continue Sheikh Zayed Mosque tours during Ramadan

Posted on 20/07/2009

Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority is to continue its complimentary guided tours of the magnificent Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan Mosque during Ramadan with the tours, which will begin at 10am and last approximately one hour, being adapted to include insights into the practices of the holy month to give visitors a greater understanding of it. The stunning Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan mosque is one of the world's largest. Its seven, 24-carat gold-plated, German chandeliers are all designed ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi eyeing over 50% cruise tourism growth

Posted on 10/07/2009

The Arabian Gulf emirate of Abu Dhabi is eyeing a 59% growth in cruise passenger arrivals in the 2009/2010 season. Forecasts by the Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority (ADTA), which manages the emirate's tourism industry and promotes the destination, point to some 199,113 arrivals in the season, which will run from end of November to beginning of May, compared to a passenger arrivals total of 125,200 last season "The forecast is based on the 100% occupancy level achieved by the cruise ships using Abu ...  >>MORE

Domestic tourism likely to rise as residents shun travel abroad

Posted on 07/07/2009

Domestic tourism is likely to rise this summer, with local and regional experts predicting that around 31 per cent of UAE residents will spend their summer in the country. This may be compared with just 11 per cent of UAE residents spending their summer holidays here in the last three years. While Dubai is undoubtedly a travel hub and a great springboard into Asia, Europe, the rest of the Middle East and Australia, due to the current global financial meltdown many people are tightening their ...  >>MORE

Dubai tourism forges ahead despite global crisis

Posted on 05/07/2009

Dubai tourism sector is performing well despite the global financial crisis as the emirate continues to maintain an average occupancy rate of 81 per cent in the first quarter of 2009, a top government official said. The emirate maintained this occupancy rate since 2004, which is the highest compared to many other cities like London, Paris, New York, Tokyo, Singapore, Vienna, and others, Khalid bin Sulayem, Director-General, Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing, or DTCM, told a ...  >>MORE

Tourism Development and Investment Company launches US$1bn inaugural global bond issue

Posted on 02/07/2009

Tourism Development and Investment Company (TDIC), a master developer of major cultural, residential and tourism destinations in Abu Dhabi, launched its US$1bn bond representing its inaugural issuance under the US$3bn Global Medium Term Note (GMTN) Programme. The issue of notes attracted substantial interest from global investors, with a total order book exceeding US$6bn from approximately 300 investors. The final allocation of TDIC's US$1bn five year issue was priced at 390 bps over US ...  >>MORE

Sharjah lures summer tourists

Posted on 28/06/2009

The Sharjah Commerce and Tourism Development Authority (SCTDA), which has kick-started the annual Sharjah Summer Promotions on June 15, is offering attractive hotel rates for tourists, themed Sharjah Summer Breaks. The promotional campaign is in line with the SCTDA's strategy to diversify tourism offerings to attract both international and domestic tourists, develop the emirate's tourism sector and improve the level of facilities and services offered by Sharjah's hotels and resorts. The hotel ...  >>MORE

Sharjah and Fujairah plan tourism ties

Posted on 25/06/2009

Two tourism promotion boards in the UAE – Sharjah Commerce and Tourism Development Authority (SCTDA) and Fujairah Tourism and Archaeology Authority (FTAA) – are exploring areas of co-operation for tourism promotion, a senior official said yesterday. Mohammed Ali Al Noman, Director-General, SCTDA, discussed the importance of co-operation between the UAE's Government tourism departments with Saeed Abdullah Al Samahi, Director, FTAA. The UAE's tourism sector has become one of the most important ...  >>MORE

US contributed US$733 million to UAE's tourism economy in 2008

Posted on 18/06/2009

Despite a challenging economic environment, international tourism remains resilient according to the new Tourism Outlook: USA report from Visa Inc. The report indicated that US visitors to UAE were strong contributors to the national tourism economy, contributing US$733 million to tourism revenues in 2008, up 85 per cent from 2007. The average purchase amount for travellers from the U.S. while visiting the UAE was US$139.69. At the same time, Emirati travellers spent US$262 million on their ...  >>MORE

Tourism body in partnership deal with Ascot racecourse

Posted on 16/06/2009

Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority (ADTA) has entered a partnership with England's Ascot Racecourse, including a branding agreement during the nearly 300-year-old Royal Ascot thoroughbred racing event which starts today. The sponsorship marks the first time that Abu Dhabi's name has been directly associated with horse racing in the UK. Dubai is already a familiar brand on the British race calendar. Under the deal, the second day of the five-day Royal Ascot, will be designated Abu Dhabi Day, during ...  >>MORE

Summer tourism programme for Emiratis

Posted on 07/06/2009

The Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority (ADTA) will stage a summer tourism programme for young Emiratis with the aim of introducing them to the industry and enlightening them of the many career opportunities
it offers. More than 70 Emirati students, including those with special needs, between 15 to 20 years old will be offered complimentary places in the youth tourism programme. Being the first initiative of its kind in the UAE programme will run from July 12 to August 6. "Our research shows ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Rashid tours ATM

Posted on 07/05/2009

Vice President and Prime Minister of UAE and Ruler of Dubai HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, said that the UAE was focusing on the tourism industry due to its contribution to the national economy and UAE's image. Welcoming the exhibitors at the Arabian Travel Market Exhibition (ATM) yesterday, he added that the "tourism industry does not only diversify sources of national income, but also represents fundamental part of the cultural promotion to the UAE" Sheikh Mohammed toured the ATM ...  >>MORE

Saadiyat Island is 'Middle East's Leading Tourism Development Project'

Posted on 07/05/2009

Abu Dhabi's Saadiyat Island has been voted as the 'Middle East's Leading Tourism Development Project' by the 2009 World Travel Awards, one of the tourism industry's most reputable accolades. The award was presented to Ahmed Hussein, Chief Operating Officer of Tourism Development and Investment Company (TDIC) and Deputy Director General of Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority (ADTA), during the annual World Travel Awards (WTA) gala dinner held in Dubai last evening. Saadiyat Island was chosen as the ...  >>MORE

Sharjah posts 14% growth in number of European tourists

Posted on 07/05/2009

Sheikh Sultan Bin Ahmed Al Qasimi, Chairman of the Sharjah Commerce and Tourism Development Authority (SCTDA), has stressed the importance of Sharjah's excellent ties with European Union countries, adding that the emirate's participations in major European trade and tourism exhibitions had significantly contributed to further strengthening these ties. He praised the rapid pace of development in relations between Sharjah and EU countries. "The keen interest shown by UAE's corporations and ...  >>MORE

Dubai tops as preferred destination for tourists

Posted on 05/05/2009

The Dubai tourism industry continues to defy global economic downturn as international hotel operators continue to look at the emirate and the Gulf region to expand their portfolios. International tourists still regard Dubai as one of the top destinations around the world. While the emirate is combating market downturn, which has hit the tourism sector hard, Saleh Mohammad Al Geziry, the director of overseas promotions at Dubai Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM), said that ...  >>MORE

Tourism weathers global downturn

Posted on 30/04/2009

Dubai is one of the few international destinations to see an increase in visitors over the last year, successfully retaining its position as a world-class tourism and trade hub. Despite the economic climate, visitors to Dubai reached an all-time high of 6,996,449 in 2008, and even though the pace of growth has slowed, this increase reaffirms the emirate's position as one of the world's most popular destinations. Having developed a highly desirable and increasingly diversified premium tourism ...  >>MORE

Sharjah and Greece boost tourism ties

Posted on 27/04/2009

Sharjah and Greece are exploring the options for bilateral co-operation in tourism and commerce between the two countries as well as the untapped investment opportunities in these sectors, the Chairman of the emirate's tourism body said, yesterday. Sheikh Sultan bin Ahmed Al Qasimi, Chairman of the Sharjah Commerce and Tourism Development Authority (SCTDA) who was in Athens for the official launch of Air Arabia's non-stop service to Athens said: "These visits enable us to study the current and ...  >>MORE

10 percent growth in GCC tourist traffic to Sharjah expected this year

Posted on 19/04/2009

The Sharjah Commerce and Tourism Development Authority (SCTDA) has announced the successful completion of its recent GCC Road Show that was designed to showcase this year's Summer Promotions in Sharjah and to increase GCC tourism to the Emirate. The road show ran from April 7-17. The announcement came as the authority wrapped up proceedings after their final show, which was in Jeddah - KSA. This was the third destination for the Sharjah delegation in KSA, where it has organized successful ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi to spread its wings at ATM 2009

Posted on 17/04/2009

Visitors to the Abu Dhabi pavilion at next month's Arabian Travel Market 2009 - the Middle East's premier travel and tourism event which takes place in Dubai - will be able to come face-to-face with the emirate's heritage in the shape of two star performers - Jeer Shaheen and Jeer Hurr. The two champion falcons - Shaheen a smaller, extremely swift bird and Hurr a long-distance performer - will make guests appearances on the Abu Dhabi pavilion in the capable charge of their trainer ...  >>MORE

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Sharjah's tourism sector grew by 4% in Q3 2009, Al Qasimi tells British media


Abu Dhabi will host World Green Tourism Congress 2010


Abu Dhabi tourism authority voted world's leading tourist board


UAE tipped to become major tourism destination in five years


Abu Dhabi named in top 10 cities of the world list


Sharjah's tourist attractions to be promoted at ITB Asia


TDIC issues largest GCC sukuk of 2009- US$1bn Sukuk Al Ijara


Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority launches first generation stakeholder programme


Dubai Cruise Terminal receives Dawn Princess


Abu Dhabi tourism industry is upbeat about prospects over coming four months


ADTA opens visitor information centre at Abu Dhabi International Airport


Big Bus stops in Abu Dhabi


Tourism authority to open six visitor centres in Abu Dhabi


Hamdan Bin Zayed: Abu Dhabi leading global tourist destination


JATA World Travel Fair sees strong UAE participation


Floor 124 of Burj Dubai to be open to tourists


Abu Dhabi's expanding tourism proposition plants footing in Russia


Cruise terminal to open in Dubai


Dubai's tourism allure weathers storm


Abu Dhabi's ADACH issues 32 brochures and 3 maps


Culture capital gears up for more tourists this summer


Brisk tourism season reported in Abu Dhabi


Tatweer unveils plans for annual "Discover Sharjah Fun Drive"


ADTA to continue Sheikh Zayed Mosque tours during Ramadan


Abu Dhabi eyeing over 50% cruise tourism growth


Domestic tourism likely to rise as residents shun travel abroad


Dubai tourism forges ahead despite global crisis


Tourism Development and Investment Company launches US$1bn inaugural global bond issue


Sharjah lures summer tourists


Sharjah and Fujairah plan tourism ties


US contributed US$733 million to UAE's tourism economy in 2008


Tourism body in partnership deal with Ascot racecourse


Summer tourism programme for Emiratis


Mohammed bin Rashid tours ATM


Saadiyat Island is 'Middle East's Leading Tourism Development Project'


Sharjah posts 14% growth in number of European tourists


Dubai tops as preferred destination for tourists


Tourism weathers global downturn


Sharjah and Greece boost tourism ties


10 percent growth in GCC tourist traffic to Sharjah expected this year


Abu Dhabi to spread its wings at ATM 2009