Apps are increasingly used by holidaymakers to organise their trips

According to the study’s findings, consumers will use 25 different digital services and applications to help them plan, book, and travel for their next vacation. to showcase its AI-enabled travel platform at ATM, a Middle Eastern e-travel company, announced its participation in the 28th Arabian Travel Market exhibition.This ATM 2022, the travel company will demonstrate its AI-enabled travel platform for travel agencies to integrate a white-label turnkey solution to distribute hotel, rental, flights, transfers, visa, and vacation packages for both corporate and leisure travelers – providing a proper representation of Musafir’s platform.

Arabian Travel Market to open next week

Tourism professionals from all over the world will return to Dubai next week when the Arabian Travel Market, the Middle East’s leading event for the travel industry, returns to the Dubai World Trade Centre on Monday, May 9.During the four-day tourism showcase, which concludes on Thursday, May 12, more than 20,000 visitors and over 1,500 exhibiting companies will be present.

ATM start-up competition calls all tourism and hospitality entrepreneurs

In addition to a place in the competition, each finalist will have the opportunity to invest in a pod in ATM 2022’s start-up area; access to a booking and matchmaking platform powered by AladdinB2B and Draper VC, which can be used to arrange meetings with prospective investors; and global exposure via ATM Travel Tech’s various marketing platforms.

‘Hala Juniors’ makes traveling with children easier

The car seats offered by Hala Juniors are approved by the United Nations standard ECE R44/04 and feature a 5-point harness as well as infant cushioning. The seat reclines to four different settings for maximum comfort and provides a backward facing option for babies weighing up to ten kilogrammes. The forward-facing posture, which is appropriate for toddlers, can accommodate up to 18kg.