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Sabre supports Emirates with industry-leading technology that personalises the travel experience for consumers by enabling them to easily purchase a range of customised fares.

gta, one of the global distributors of accommodation and destination services and Bokun, the business-to-business distribution platform, announced a series of online conferences to discuss the future of their product distribution with tours and activities suppliers.

To advance and shape the global tourism model, the first World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) World Conference on Smart Destinations was held on February 15 – 17 in Murcia, Spain.

As part of its aim to increase capacity at Dubai International Airport to 118 million passengers by 2023, Dubai Airports has introduced Intelligent Traffic System, a solution that optimises the coordination of shuttle buses from Terminal 2 departure gates to the aircraft.

Sabre will be the first technology provider to introduce FlightGlobal's live data feeds into its global distribution system and travel booking platforms, offering a real-time air shopping experience and smarter connectivity.

As a result of collaboration with CHAMP Cargosystems (CHAMP), Royal Jordanian (RJ) has started using the e-Air Waybill system (e-AWB).

The sixth annual GCC Financial Forum, which took place earlier this year in Manama, saw some 800 financial industry experts convene to determine the sector's way ahead.

As part of the company's reinvention efforts, Marriott International announced the completion of Washington Marriott Georgetown's USD28 million transformation, financed by the property's owner, Geller Capital Partners.

At the Emirates Airline Festival of Literature, which took place on March 03 – 11 at InterContinental Dubai Festival City, Emirates and Google offered visitors the chance to enjoy creative onground experiences that merged family fun with technology.

Airports across the Middle East are driving investment in airport technology with a view to enhance security, to support the expected 4.8 percent annual growth in passenger numbers over the next 20 years.