The 2022 ATM Dubai exhibition will focus on aviation and the future of transportation

The exhibition will be held at the Dubai World Trade Center from 09 to 12 May 2022. The aviation industry in the Middle East is expected to expand at an annual rate of approximately 6% by 2027

Arabian Travel Market (ATM) 2021 – Photo of the exhibition website

Many Israelis from the aviation and tourism industry are expected to participate in the Arabian Travel Market (ATM) 2022 exhibition to be held at the Dubai World Trade Center (DWTC) from May 9 to 12, 2022. According to research firm Mordor Intelligence, the Middle East aviation industry is expected to expand Annual growth (CAGR) of about 6% by 2027. Although the recovery in international passenger traffic is gradual, Mordor Intelligence finds that private and domestic aviation sectors in the Middle East have remained stable during the Corona plague and continue to show signs of growth.

Daniel Curtis, The exhibition director said: “Recent market analysis indicates that low-cost carriers such as Air Arabia Abu Dhabi and Wizz Air Abu Dhabi will drive the demand for new narrow-body aircraft over the coming years. The aviation sector in the Middle East has also witnessed high demand for private travel in recent years, thanks to corporations and wealthy people who opted for business travel on private jets and helicopters during the epidemic.

The Middle East aviation industry will be a focal point in ATM 2022, thanks to a dedicated meeting on the ATM global stage, plus a number of related events and forums throughout the event. We also look forward to exploring long-term opportunities related to the future of transportation, ”Daniel added.

Special seat titled “The future of transportation” In collaboration with the Global Travel & Tourism Resilience Council it will take place on the second day of the exhibition and will deal with new and evolving means of transport such as hyperloop systems, driverless vehicles, next generation aircraft and space flights.

In November 2021, Emirates announced a major overhaul of 52 of its existing A380s equipped with premium economy cabins and other upgrades, signaling optimism for the industry’s recovery and return to travel demand. The following month, Emirates received a shipment of the 123rd Superjambo, despite the outbreak of the Omicron strain.

Most recently, in January 2022, Boeing revealed that it had won a large order from Qatar Airways, worth $ 34 billion at list prices. The order includes the purchase of 25 Boeing Max 737 aircraft along with options to purchase an additional 25. Qatar’s national airline has also signed an order for 34 Boeing 777X aircraft, with options to purchase 16 more.

Saudi Arabian Airlines (SAUDIA) is also considering booking more than 100 Airbus or Boeing aircraft, and the company aims to increase its fleet to 250 aircraft by 2030.

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