Sharjah Joins With Trade Through Russian Travel

The Sharjah Commerce and Tourism Development Authority (SCTDA) finished up its support at the International Russian Travel Market OTDYKH Leisure 2016 presentation for the fourteenth time.


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The power headed an appointment from Sharjah that included government offices, for example, Sharjah Airport Authority and Sharjah Airport Travel Agency, the Sharjah Environment and Protected Areas Authority, and in addition Air Arabia. Moreover, the designation included Radisson Blu, Ramada Hotel, Al Khalidiah Tourism, Hilton Hotel, Coral Beach Resort, Sharjah National Hotels bunch (Marbella Resort, Holiday International and Oceanic Hotel) and MH Beach Hotels.


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Russia remains a key source market for the emirate’s tourism area and has clutched its position as one of the main five nations for inbound guests to Sharjah,” said Khalid Jasim Al Midfa, director of SCTDA. “The principal half of 2016 has seen a development of 39 for every penny in visitor evenings from the Russian business sector against the same time frame in 2015. Despite the fact that the business sectors have not achieved the highs of pre-2014, we are sure that with the right systems in this district, we can remake market quality.


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“This presentation gives a chance to draw in with more than 53,000 Russian travel industry experts.

Sharjah additionally took an interest at Leisure Moscow following a couple of years.

Sharjah’s assortment of offerings, from sandy shorelines and warm climate to family-accommodating venues and its picture as a true Arabic goal, have upgraded its engaging quality to this business sector.

He power’s point is to bring issues to light about Sharjah as an extravagance and in addition a worth for-cash goal and to impart the emirate’s assortment of family, recreation and amusement offerings.

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