Dubai, United Arab Emirates
- The 30th edition of Arabian Travel Market set a new show record, as organisers welcomed more than 40,000 attendees – a 5% increase over 2019
- More than 2,100 exhibitors and representatives from over 150 countries took part in the landmark edition, which was hosted at Dubai World Trade Centre
- In line with the theme, ‘Working Towards Net Zero’, participants explored trends and innovations that are driving sustainability within the global travel industry
More than 40,000 people – including 30,000 visitors – attended the 30th edition of Arabian Travel Market (ATM), which concluded last week in Dubai, UAE.
This not only represents a year-on-year increase of 29% in attendees compared to 2022, it also represents a 5% increase over 2019, establishing a new record for the show, demonstrating that the Middle East’s travel and tourism sector is booming. In line with ATM 2023’s theme, ‘Working Towards Net Zero’, more than 2,100 exhibitors and representatives from over 150 countries gathered at Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) to explore how the industry can ensure sustainable travel for future generations.