2013 is a Robust Growth for UAE’s Tourism Sector; more on 2014-2017

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The whole country have witnessed that the United Arab Emirates tourism sector performs2013 is a Robust Growth for UAE’s Tourism Sector; more on 2014-2017 on an upbeat mood leading to its upscale expectations for the coming New Year.
Recently, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) envisaged that the Middle East will lead the global aviation industry growth over the next four years.
About 29.2 million visitors are estimated annual growth rate on the next four years will be added to UAE’s global air passengers. To sum up, about 3.91 billion passengers rise by 2017.
The positive outlook for regional air traffic comes in the wake of a spectacular 14 per cent year-on-year growth in passenger traffic recorded by Middle East carriers in October, much higher than the global average of 6.9 per cent.
IATA added that by 2017, the UAE will be one of the World’s Largest International Freight markets to join the China, Germany, Hong Kong and United States on the list as the top cargo markets.
On Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing’s data base, over 7.9 million visitors for the first 9 months of 2013 visited Dubai that benefitted hotel revenues increase to 15.33 billion dirhams.
Meanwhile, the cruise sector showing a handsome development as Mina Rashid Port won as the World’s Leading Cruise Port at the 2013 World Travel Awards beating the other cruise ports around the world.
At the same time, Sharjah’s 2013-2014 luxury cruise season opens last and about 43,000 luxury cruise passengers are scheduled to visit the Emirate during the holiday.
Dubai’s successful bid to host Expo 2020 is an extraordinary feat that is expected to positively change the face of tourism in the country and usher in a vibrant 2014 for the travel sector.