Ali Hassan Al Shaiba, Executive Director of the Tourism and Marketing Sector at the Department of Culture and Tourism Abu Dhabi, confirmed the resumption of tourism activity in Abu Dhabi, with the announcement of the liting of restrictions and quarantine measures for all countries, starting from next July.
In statements to Gulf Today during the Arabian Travel Market 2021, Al Shaiba said that custom travel procedures and protocols would be established for high and low-risk countries.
He added that this decision would boost the tourism sector, especially with the start of the summer season, explaining that it will be an incentive for partners in the sector to target specific markets during the holiday season.
He pointed out that safe travel corridors constitute an opportunity for the tourism sector to enter the markets, especially as it facilitates travel between the two countries.
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