TCA Abu Dhabi successfully concludes road shows in India

TCA Abu Dhabi successfully concludes road shows in India

With India being the best source market for Abu Dhabi, the emirate’s tourism and culture authority successfully concluded their four-city road shows from 5th-8th December which took place in Chennai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad and Mumbai.

TCA Abu Dhabi’s road show featured 10 stakeholders which included Etihad Airways, Lama Tours & Holidays, ORYX International Tourism, Ryna Tourism, Armed forces Officers Club & Hotel, Rotana, The Ritz-Carlton Abu Dhabi, Seawings, Jumeirah at Etihad Towers, and Yas Island Abu Dhabi.

“In order to inculcate India’s position as the best source market for Abu Dhabi tourism, we like to thank our trade partners before wrapping up the financial year. In the first half of this year 152,423 Indians checked into Abu Dhabi hotels which was a 20% year-over-year increase. Indian guests accounted for 7% of all hotel stays in the Emirate, with a longer-than-average stay of 3.4 nights. Furthermore, we intend to either increase this value or maintain the same ratio in the coming year.” said Bejan Dinshaw, Country Manager, TCA Abu Dhabi, India.

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