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Middle East Travel & Leisure

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  • Travel in Cyprus

    ... destination, especially during more unstable times in rival areas such as Turkey or the MENA region. Growing consumer confidence in the Eurozone, a recovery in arrivals from Russia and an increase in air connectivity also ... Read More

  • Travel in Kuwait

    ... decreased in 2014 and 2015, before returning to growth for the remainder of the review period. Kuwait also faces significant competition from far more developed destinations in the region, and it still lacks the necessary ... Read More

  • Travel in Bahrain

    ... for by the residents of other GCC states arriving by land across the King Fahd causeway and these visitors tend to stay for only one or two nights. In an effort to lure air arrivals ... Read More

  • Travel in Lebanon

    ... economy, traffic system and livelihoods, internal political bickering, border fighting with terrorists and a waste management crisis which has seen the country flooded with waste both inland and at sea, Lebanon’s tourism industry seemed doomed ... Read More

  • Travel in Qatar

    ... visitors used to come from neighbouring countries, the border closures and travel bans has led to a large decline in arrivals from GCC countries. In response, policy changes were implemented in 2017 and 2018 by ... Read More

  • Travel in Jordan

    ... inbound arrivals and outbound departures achieved growth, in a turnaround from the overall performances during the review period. Inbound arrivals rebounded due to improved safety in the country and heavy marketing and promotion of Jordan ... Read More

  • Travel in Oman

    ... is improving and this is mainly due to the increasing knowledge of the country’s unique tourism offer. Oman’s travel and tourism stakeholders have been able to distinguish the country from rival destinations across the Middle ... Read More

  • Qatar Tourism Q4 2018

    ... has significantly hurt the industry in H217/H118 but the market is showingpromising signs of recovery aided by new source market expansion and aggressive promotional efforts. Looking ahead, ourmedium-term outlook is positive with steady growth anticipated ... Read More

  • Tourism Flows in Saudi Arabia

    ... focused on religious tourism in the cities of Makkah and Madinah. As a result, the rest of country remained less exposed to inbound tourists while also being mainly limited to domestic tourism, with visiting friends ... Read More

  • Saudi Arabia Hotels Market Analytics to 2022: Rooms and Revenue Analytics

    ... the recent years and is also expected to evolve in similar fashion in the near future. During 2013-2017 the overall room occupancy rate in Saudi Arabia declined at a CAGR of -1.17% with 62.20% of ... Read More

  • Travel in Saudi Arabia

    ... up in order to boost non-oil revenues, and which subsequently had a negative impact on pilgrim arrivals. To encourage extended stays among tourists the government launched post Umrah and Umrah plus packages which enables religious ... Read More

  • Travel in the United Arab Emirates

    ... raised among hotel operators regarding the competitiveness of the United Arab Emirates as an international tourism destination. In particular, the oversupply of lodging is suppressing occupancy levels in key destinations and the government has responded ... Read More

  • United Arab Emirates Hotels Market Analytics to 2022: Rooms and Revenue Analytics

    ... in the recent years and is also expected to evolve in similar fashion in the near future. During 2013-2017 the overall room occupancy rate in the UAE inclined at a CAGR of 2.05% with 85.10% ... Read More

  • Cyprus Hotels Market Analytics to 2022: Rooms and Revenue Analytics

    ... recent years and is also expected to evolve in similar fashion in the near future. During 2013-2017 the overall room occupancy rate in Cyprus inclined at a CAGR of 3.33% with 70.11% of occupancy rate ... Read More

  • Lodging in Saudi Arabia

    ... it hosts the world’s largest congregation, Hajj, and consequently is the largest hospitality centre in the Saudi Kingdom. The city holds a unique lodging structure spread across the city and offers multiple price segments, with ... Read More

  • Lodging in the United Arab Emirates

    ... still among the lowest rates of VAT in the world, it has raised some concerns among lodging operators. This is mainly as it has resulted in price increases at a time when strong ongoing investment ... Read More

  • Online Travel Sales and Intermediaries in Saudi Arabia

    ... Moreover, more consumers are becoming more comfortable with online platforms to conduct transactions. As a result, pure play online travel agencies are leading growth in online travel. Apart from global online travel platforms, such as ... Read More

  • Online Travel Sales and Intermediaries in the United Arab Emirates

    ... the highest internet penetration rates in the world. The country also reports high laptop and tablet penetration rates. High social media usage levels are driven primarily by millennials, with many young expatriates considering being constantly ... Read More

  • Tourism Flows in the United Arab Emirates

    ... changes were seen in the key source markets for arrivals and India remains in the lead with three million trips, followed by Saudi Arabia and the UK. Steady growth has come on the back of ... Read More

  • Airlines in Israel

    ... expanded their routes. For example, EasyJet has new routes from Tel Aviv to Bordeaux, Nice and Lyon. Hainan Airlines added three routes from China to Tel Aviv, Transavia added a new route from Amsterdam to ... Read More

  • Online Travel Sales and Intermediaries in Israel

    ... their own holiday without visiting a travel agent. Thus, most traditional travel agents launched their own online formats enabling travellers to book online through them. Euromonitor International's Online Travel Sales and Intermediaries in Israel report ... Read More

  • Hotels and Restaurants in Saudi Arabia

    ... public employee wage cuts). Disposable income per capita reached SAR32,279 in 2017, down by 0.2% over the previous year. The introduction of new taxes on expatriate workers and their dependents, coupled with a revamped quota ... Read More

  • Recreation, Entertainment and Arts in Saudi Arabia

    ... as local buyers had to cut down unnecessary spending, due to the fact that the country’s oil-dependent economy went into recession after a sharp global oil price drop in late 2014. However, the purchasing power ... Read More

  • Tourism Flows in Israel

    ... unstable, discouraging tourists from visiting the country during periods of terror attacks, and also over the following months. During 2017-2018 the security situation was more stable, and more travellers visited the country with no concerns ... Read More

  • Travel in Israel

    ... More airlines entered the market, especially low-cost carriers, more new destinations were added, and the price competition was intense. Euromonitor International's Travel in Israel report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of ... Read More

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