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Abu Dhabi Hotels Can Get Licensed Online

Hotels in Abu Dhabi will be able to receive entertainment licenses online within 24 hours, starting next week, after the Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority (ADTA) introduces its online program.   The switch to an online license application system will lessen reliance on the prior manual system, which required the involvement of various authorities.  The move to the online system will take between two and six weeks to complete. 

ADTA Director of Tourism Standards said “The online system, which can also process the necessary license fee payments, is the result of 18 months of design, implementation, and training.”   Nasser Al Reyami said it is consistent with their five year plan to improve sector standardization and stakeholder service.    The online entertainment licensing is part of a series of web based programs being introduced by the ADTA Tourism Standards Division.
 

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