The Brazilian Tourism Institute estimates an 11% increase in international tourist numbers compared with the last season.
The Brazilian city will be a new destination of the Arab airline between 2017 and 2018, along with Santiago, Chile, and thirteen new routes.
The event, organized by the Ministry of Economy of the UAE and the World Tourism Organization, is scheduled for November 23. The use of technology on tourism industry will be one of the topics discussed.
The airline will cease to operate the route Abu Dhabi-São Paulo from March 26, 2017. The company blames the economic scenario and depreciation of the real.
The United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) said 956 million people travelled to other countries worldwide from January to September. Demand is seen as ‘robust.’
The Tunisian airline carried 8.6% more people from January to October of this year. Occupancy rates climbed 2.1 percentage points.
Such was the decline seen from January to September of this year. Overnight stays, on the other hand, increased by almost 6% during that same time frame.