“Travel between the Middle East and Asia continues to grow with more flight options between both regions,” said Mohamad Ibrahim Masri, Managing Director, Wego Middle East and North Africa. “Intra-regional traffic tops the volume in 2013 due to big expatriate communities working in the Arabian Gulf.”
“An increased surge in the number of online travel agencies over the past few months may place additional pressure on offline businesses, and in 2014 we will see a further increase in competition for the online travel space,” added Masri.
“We will see more advanced bookings for summer holidays driven by special offers and promotions that will be rolled out earlier in the market, and we can expect new Asian destinations to be added to the travel menu, with lots of new tourism products from legacy destinations,” he concluded.
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