The new chapter for the tourist business following the COVID is being opened at the Dubai conference
The Arabian Travel Market in Dubai, which started on 16 May, was attended by leading leaders of the tourist business. The event, the region's greatest display for tourism and tourism in the region, was an excellent indicator that following the COVID outbreak, the sector is beginning to recover.
The Dubai government said, with the event taking place, that COVID limitations on the emirates have now been further relaxed, giving the industry a further boost to confidence.
In restaurants, cafes, and retail centers, live entertainment and activity are now allowed. All entertainment venues and facilities may boost their capacity to 70%, while hotels may expand up to 100%.
Rotana hotels demonstrated their development plans for additional hotels at the event, while Hilton and Millennium both indicated that they will treble the number of hotels in the region.
All 9 rooms of the Dubai World Trade Centre have been packed with enthusiasm as individuals have been relieved to participate in an expo and return to work.
The show, hosted at the Dubai World Trade Centre, is a major occasion in the tourist business calendar and is running for 28 years. Due to COVID, last year the Arab Travel Market took place online, but the event was hosted personally this year.
The event featured leading tourist firms, airlines, and boards from over 80 nations. Furthermore, 10,000 individuals participated, which 12 months ago seemed inconceivable.
Arabian Travel Market was the subject for this year's "A new morning for tourism." Industry leaders acknowledged that sanitation and safety are tourists' primary needs rather than luxury and money.
The event was viewed as the first step towards a resurgence after one of the most challenging years for the business.