In accordance with its endeavors to fortify Bahrain’s situation on the travel industry’s provincial scene, the Bahrain Tourism and Exhibitions Authority (BTEA) as of late partook in the 26th version of the Arabian Travel Market in Dubai. Bahrain‘s taking part assignment, headed by the CEO of BTEA, Shaikh Khaled canister Humood AlKhalifa, included authorities from BTEA and the kingdom’s national transporter, Gulf Air, notwithstanding agents from driving inns, visit administrators and tourism organizations.
The Arabian Travel Market, which occurred from April 28 to May 1, is viewed as the area’s chief the tourism industry occasion as it gives a one of a kind stage comprising of a progression of classes and discourses that plan to address different parts of the movement business. Every year, the show empowers members to show unmistakable global the travel industry goals, in this way drawing in a wide scope of guests and people explicit to the movement and the tourism industry division, and a large group of movement and the travel industry productions. The current year’s release included 500 exhibitors, with in excess of 20,000 guests visiting through the span of four back to back days.
“BTEA keeps on taking part in different the tourism industry presentations so as to advance Bahrain as a main tourism goal in the district, in this manner expanding the quantity of guests coming into the kingdom just as building up the tourism industry division overall. This empowers advance by opening discourses the most recent improvements in the movement and the travel industry part with the pioneers in this field,” said Shaikh Khaled.
The BTEA’s cooperation in the Arabian Travel Market comes as a major aspect of its general methodology to advance its tourism industry personality “Our own. Yours.”, which centers around advancing the Bahraini the tourism industry item on territorial and worldwide dimensions, so as to feature the appealing the travel industry components in the kingdom and bolster the ceaseless endeavors to build the commitment of this area in the national economy in accordance with the kingdom’s Vision 2030.