Sign in or Register | Newsletter
 
 
Register today to receive each issue absolutely FREE!
Known for its textiles and fashion, Daegu is now looking to boost the...
More
CMW hears from global associations about how best to handle the impact the...
More
The director of Reed's giant EIBTM MICE event in Barcelona, Graeme...
More


Exhibition World January 2015
January 2015
Supplement: Basque Country
Supplement: Turkey
QATAR AIRWAYS JOINS ICCA AS A MEMBER
posted on: 24/5/2012 08:24:44
qatar airways

WORLD - Qatar Airways has become a member of the International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA), an international industry body promoting the Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions (MICE) sector.

The airline says the membership will benefit it in promoting its business in Qatar and as a global carrier flying MICE traffic to destinations around the world.

The airline currently operates to over 100 destinations across Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific, North America and South America flying a modern fleet of more than 100 planes.

As part of its bid to venture further into the MICE business, the Doha-based airline has been actively involved in promoting Qatar as an international MICE destination. It works closely with its inbound destination management arm Discover Qatar to promote the airline’s Doha hub, as well as the hospitality business in Qatar as a year round market.

The airline is also developing a MICE section within qatarairways.com featuring information and service offerings across the sector.

Any conference-related news? Email sarah@mashmedia.net

Print:
Email:
Share article:
COMMENTS
Would you like to Leave a Comment?
LATEST NEWS
EUROPE - Jurys Inn, the chain of 31 hotels predominantly based in the UK and Ireland, has been sold for 680m (US$1.03bn).

AUSTRLASIA/ASIA - A new air deal has been agreed between Australia and China which enables airlines in both countries to increase capacity by 18 per cent to 26,500 seats each way, per week.

EUROPE/AMERICAS - Minor Hotel Group (MHG) has acquired six hotels in Portugal and Brazil, and the Tivoli Hotels & Resorts brand for Brazil in a deal worth 168m euros (US$191m).

PATA SEEKS ITS 2015 FACE OF THE FUTURE
posted on: 28/1/2015 11:29:30
WORLD - The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) Face of the Future award is now open for submissions.

AMERICAS - Although predictions of an "historic blizzard" turned out to be a wild overreaction in New York, six US states this week declared a state of emergency due to extreme weather conditions.