In light of the changing global situation relating to the COVID-19 virus, we have continued to monitor the impact it is having not just on our industry, but on society in general. Many meetings took place with the Dubai World Trade Centre and we reviewed other options to organize an event in the last quarter. However, after consultation with our key stakeholders and after listening to our Industry, ultimately it became apparent that the best course of action, and with everyone’s best interests in mind, is to postpone the event to 2021.

    Therefore, Arabian Travel Market will now be held at the Dubai World Trade Centre on 16-19 May 2021.

    Decisions like this are never taken lightly. Discussions took place at the highest level both internally and externally with local and federal government, partners, sponsors, exhibitors, and attendees who all endorsed our evaluation of the current situation and our decision to act once again, without delay.

    We appreciate that this is disappointing news, however everyone’s health and safety is our top priority. We are fully aware of the important role that ATM plays for industry professionals right across the Middle East region and beyond, and we believe it is our responsibility to deliver a safe and successful event when we are able to do so.

    The show will be rescheduled to 2021, but until then we’ll keep you connected. We are firmly focused on delivering positive business and networking opportunities to the Middle East’s vast travel and tourism community. On 21 April, we will launch an online global hub that will keep you informed and connected with our digital community. There, you will find the latest content via virtual events and webinars, blogs, plus so much more; keeping the conversations and the connections going throughout the WTM Global Hub.

    In the meantime, we will try to do our utmost to support you all in preparation for the show in 2021. Once again, we would like to thank each and every one of you for your continued patience and ongoing support and we look forward to welcoming you to Arabian Travel Market in 2021, which we believe will coincide with our industry, well on its way towards full recovery.

    If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact your account manager.

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    A global hub of innovation

    Arabian Travel Week is the week-long festival of events for travel professionals and enthusiasts, launched to empower travel, champion ideas and the rapid development of the tourism sector in the Middle-East.

    Running alongside Arabian Travel Market this June 2020, Arabian Travel Week invites the entire community to come together to shape the next 12 months of tourism through parties, award ceremonies, product launches and more.

    Arabian Travel Week takes place from 16 May – 22 May 2021

  • Enhance your ATM experience by choosing from an exciting range of industry events happening around Dubai throughout the week, including Travel Forward at ATM, ARIVAL, ILTM Arabia, Buyer Forums, Speed Networking events and more.

    Run your own event at Arabian Travel Week to join a line-up of industry leading events attracting 40,000+ international attendees. Increase the appeal of your event via the Arabian Travel Week brand, and gain access to the strong ATM community including thousands of travel professionals.

    Do you need some more information about Arabian Travel Week? Our dedicated team can help you bring the vision you have for your event to life during Arabian Travel Week. Starting from your initial enquiry to delivering the right package for your brand.

  • Register your interest

    Find out more about promoting an event at Arabian Travel Week to discover our event hosting opportunities.

    Register your interest now

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