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Saudi Arabian Airlines wins best stand design award at Arabian Travel Market 2022

Among the 1,500 exhibitors at the Arabian Travel Market 2022 in Dubai, the Saudi Airlines stand stood out due to its amazing futuristic design. No wonder, Saudi Airlines won two awards for Best Pavilion Design.

The three-storied Saudi Airlines stand had a unique look due to its digital staircase resplendent with bright colors and futuristic design elements.

Jumeirah International was awarded Best Stand for Doing Business for its aesthetically pleasing design that created a stimulating environment for networking and business.

The Department of Culture and Tourism - Abu Dhabi won the award for the most distinguished pavilion in the exhibition based on its ability to attract visitors to its pavilion, while the pavilions of Dubai Tourism, the Saudi Tourism Authority and Emaar Hospitality Group were also highly praised in this category.

The Best New Pavilion award was given to Eshraq Hospitality, which debuted at the show this year, for its wooden design reminiscent of a desert landscape, while TBS/Vbooking won the Best Stand award at the TravelTech event, which highlights the importance of technology in the travel industry, due to its innovative design and immersive experience through the virtual world of Metaverse.

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