Arabian Travel Market Show in Dubai 2021
Reed Travel Exhibitions has confirmed plans to host an in-person Arabian Travel Market in Dubai next spring of 2021.
The travel show for the international travel market, which held online for the first time earlier this year of 2020. Arabian Travel Market travel show in Dubai will take place from Sunday, May 16th until Wednesday, May 19th at the Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC).
The Theme of the Travel Show in Dubai
Now in its 27th year and dealing together the Dubai Department of Tourism & Commerce Marketing (DTCM), the theme of the show next year are going to be ‘A new dawn for travel and tourism’.
It will also check out the emerging trends and the way innovation can drive the industry forward.
Supporting the theme, a recent Colliers report – MENA Hotel Forecasts – estimates that 2021 are going to be a year of recovery, supported the idea that hotel performance across the region is already improving.
Major destinations like Dubai and Cairo are leading the way with estimated full year 2021 occupancy levels of 68 per cent and 65 per cent, respectively.
The Health Standards
The health of the travel and tourism industry is vital to the region.
Prior to the pandemic, the direct contribution of travel and tourism to the center East’s GDP was predicted by the planet Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), to succeed in US $133.6 billion by 2028.
So, given subdued oil prices and a general economic slowdown thanks to Covid-19 restrictions, it’s clear that the regional economy are going to be counting on travel and tourism to recover quickly, once a vaccine has been fully developed and unrolled .
Corona Virus Safety Measure is Dubai Travel Show
Danielle Curtis, exhibition director, Middle East , Arabian Travel Market, said: “Last week, Pfizer released the primary reading of its Phase-3 trial data for its Covid-19 vaccine, announcing that it had been quite 90 per cent effective in preventing the coronavirus, supported interim data analysis.
“If approved by the US Food & Drug Administration (FDA), Pfizer estimates it can roll out 50 million doses this year and up to 1.3 billion in 2021, enough to vaccinate almost 675 million people.
“So, we are confident that by May next year, we’ll get on the edge of a replacement dawn for our industry.”
The show will strictly adhere to all or any stringent health and safety guidelines and can began to supply a touchless and seamless experience.
The team at DWTC are working hard to make sure that each one events run safely and have implemented a variety of measures including an enhanced cleaning regime, improved air circulation, multiple hand sanitizer stations and temperature checks.