“Our initial strategy was to concentrate on local and regional travel first and then focus on international travel. At the end of 2019 we were ready and committed to start a campaign to bring Chinese visitors to Bahrain. We were planning a direct flight with Gulf Air, but then the pandemic hit and all of our plans were put on hold. China remains a priority,” he said.
Other panelists included Helen Shapovalova, Founder, Pan Ukraine, Sumathi Ramanathan, Vice President, Market Strategy & Sales at Expo 2020 Dubai, Alma Au Yeung Corporate Director – Strategic Projects and Partnerships, Emaar and Mr Wang, Managing Director, High Way Travel & Tourism.
Earlier in the day, HH Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, President of the Dubai Civil Aviation Authority, CEO and Founder of the Emirates Group and chairman of Dubai World, officially inaugurated the show, marking the start of the 28th fanontana ny fampirantiana ny fizahan-tany sy fizahantany lehibe indrindra any Moyen Orient.
Running through until Wednesday 19 May at the Dubai World Trade Centre, this year’s event has 1,300 exhibitors from 62 countries including the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Israel, Italy, Germany, Cyprus, Egypt, Indonesia, Malaysia, South Korea, the Maldives, the Philippines, Thailand, Mexico and the US, underscoring the strength of ATM’s reach.
Ny lohahevitra fampisehoana an'ny ATM 2021 dia mety 'A New Dawn for Travel & fizahan-tany' ary miparitaka amin'ny efitrano sivy.
Tamin'ity taona ity, sambany teo amin'ny tantaran'ny ATM, ny endrika hybrid vaovao dia midika hoe ATM virtoaly mandeha herinandro taty aoriana, amin'ny 24-26 Mey, mba hamenoana sy hanatrehany mpihaino marobe noho ny teo aloha. Ny ATM Virtual, izay nanao ny laharam-pahamehana tamin'ny taon-dasa, dia hita fa fahombiazana manintona nanintona mpanatrika 12,000 an-tserasera avy amin'ny firenena 140.