The Arab World Travel & Tourism Association


2000 North 14Th Street Courthouse Place Suite 770ArlingtonVirginia22201United States View Map


AWTTA is the professional trade association for the Travel and Tourism Industry of the Arab World - a non-profit making organisation embracing all 22 Arab States. AWTTA is dedicated to encourage tourism and business opportunities between both members and the rest of the world, a platform for the exchange and subsequent implementation of ideas and good tourism practice. Tourism is recognised worldwide to be the fastest growing sector of world economy in the 21st century. The cultural diversity, fascinating ancient monuments, climate and natural beauty of the region, combined with the traditions and hospitality for which the Arab world is justifiably proud, make our potential for success enormous. AWTTA is pledged to create common standards of quality and service and has the ability to design and monitor training and educational schemes tailored to the specific needs of our regions and members. Regular newsletters will keep members one step ahead of the key issues of the day and regular regional meetings and conferences provide the opportunity for an exchange of views and ideas, allowing members to keep abreast of current and future consumer requirements and the rapid changes in information technology. It is intended to create a dialogue between the media worldwide and the Association to enable us as a whole to express our comments and views. A global network of useful contacts via events, conferences, annual directory and an internet website will prove invaluable in providing the widest business exposure and putting members in touch with new opportunities and business associates. AWTTA is not only a trade association but also a regulatory body with a Code of Conduct governing the relationship between members and the rest of the industry. The collective voice of members will exert influence on important tourism issues of the region with regulatory bodies, tourism organisations and the general public. All 22 Arab states, each with their own identity and culture, but speaking with one voice cannot fail in attracting the tourist of the new millennium.

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