Saudi Tourism Authority Signs 40 MoUs , Strategic Partnerships for Tourism Boom

Arabian Travel Market Exhibition Held in Dubai, UAE

Riyadh: For boosting the Saudi Kingdom’s position on the global tourism map, the Saudi Tourism Authority has signed more than 40 memorandums of understanding (MoUs) and strategic partnerships during its participation in the Arabian Travel Market exhibition held in Dubai, UAE.

The authority announced its strategic partnerships with Riyadh Air and Saudia, in addition to signing MoUs with flyadeal, i2i, Trophy, Noon, Quintessentially, and Jetex, Aegler among others.

Fahd Hamidaddin, CEO of the Saudi Tourism Authority, said this participation helped the Kingdom become a tourist destination throughout the year.

He noted that the authority exerts efforts to cooperate with its partners with the aim of boosting the Kingdom’s position on the global tourism map.

Several strategic partnerships and MoUs were signed to help achieve the tourism sector goals, Hamidaddin noted.

The top highlights of Arabian Travel Market exhibition , #ATMDubai included vibrant halls filled with smiles, productive meetings, royal visits, and rich cultural diversity.

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