Al Bustan Centre and Residence, the popular hotel apartment among visiting tourists and businessmen in the heart of Dubai, has recently participated at the 19th annual Ukraine International Travel & Tourism Show (UITT) at Kiev, Ukraine, to support tourism drive by Dubai Government.
Khaled Saab, Director of Sales & Marketing represented the property at UITT, a universally recognized event which attracts major global travel industry players to promote their services and increase their presence in the Ukrainian market. It provides a platform for participants to develop new international channels to increase the volume of tourism and investment in their respective countries. Every year UITT attracts more than 700 exhibitors from all over the world.
Moussa El Hayek, Chief Operating Officer, Al Bustan Center & Residence, said “Our aim at Al Bustan Center & Residence, in participating events like UITT is to strengthen Dubai’s presence on global travel and tourism arena; by offering Ukrainian tourists a complete range of packages for both luxury and economy accommodations. We want to support Dubai Government to create more awareness about Dubai as one of the best tourist destinations in the world. I am very pleased to say that Dubai Stand showcased the finest tourist attractions and holiday packages for the industry and potential visitors.”
The Ukrainian market is very important for UAE in general and Dubai in particular, it is a very promising market for travel and tourism industry. Every year, UAE is witnessing a huge increase in tourist inflow from this market. Ukraine is widely considered to be the second most attractive tourism market in Eastern Europe after Russia. And several airlines such as flyDubai provide weekly flights from all major cities like Kiev, Donetsk and Kharkov to Dubai.
Al Bustan Centre and Residence under the umbrella of Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM) participated in the UITT for the seventh consecutive year. The Dubai stand, measuring 225 sq meters, showcased the emirate’s tourist attractions with the support of 16 participants in the tourism sector alongside the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs.