Sharjah wants more Russian tourists in 2019

Sharjah wants more Russian tourists in 2019

eTurboNews Syndication:

The Sharjah Commerce and Tourism Development Authority (SCTDA) has announced that it’s looking to attract more Russian visitors. In line with the 2018 figures released by SCTDA, Russian visitors ranked second one of many overnight guests in Sharjah at 328,000. The real amount of guests from Russia, the Commonwealth, year when compared to previous year and the Baltics region also posted a 41 percent growth last. Moreover, the marketplace share of Russian visitors went around 23 percent through the same period.

In light of the trend, On September 11 sctda and Air Arabia will organize a B2B event, 2019 at the Four Seasons Hotel in Moscow to showcase Sharjah’s growing reputation as a premiere tourist destination, enabling the chance to forge new partnerships with key Russian tourism industry stakeholders. The function represents SCTDA’s continuing efforts to make certain that the emirate is widely promoted across tourism and travel related events in Russia.

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This, SCTDA’s campaigns are centered on eco-tourism products, outdoor activities, and branded hotels to determine Sharjah&rsquo firmly;s status being an ideal global family-friendly destination. Each one of these initiatives come in reaction to the directives of H.H. Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Person in the Supreme Ruler and Council of Sharjah, to put Sharjah because the ideal global tourist destination.


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H.E. Khalid Jasim Al Midfa, Chairman of SCTDA, said, “With the influx of Russian tourists visiting the emirate, we at SCTDA will work hard to sustain this trend. Expanding our presence in Russia through our partnerships with key local tourism and travel players is of extreme significance to us.”


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Author: George Taylor

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