Bahrain aims to attract 14.1 million tourists by 2026
Emirates has signed a memorandum of understanding on the final day of Arabian Travel Market (ATM) with the Bahrain Tourism and Exhibition Authority to boost tourist arrivals into the country.
Emirates will support Bahrain’s four-year tourism strategy, running from 2022 2026, which aims to attract 14.1 million tourists by 2026.
Emirates currently serves Bahrain with 21 weekly flights on its Boeing 777.
Emirates and the Bahrain Tourism and Exhibition Authority will explore opportunities to broaden the kingdom’s appeal in key markets such as Japan, Korea, Spain, Hungary and Poland, as well as grow awareness around it as a weekend getaway with exciting attractions for travellers coming from Israel and the UAE.
Bahrain offers a diverse range of attractions that cater to the varying interests of tourists. The country is known for its wide selection of accommodation options, ranging from luxurious five-star hotels to affordable boutique hotels and resorts.
The MoU was signed by Emirates’ Chief Commercial Officer Adnan Kazim and Minister of Tourism and Chairman of the Bahrain Tourism and Exhibitions Authority HE Fatima Bint Jaffer Al Sairafi.
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