Emirates Signs Agreement to Promote Tourism to The Bahamas

Emirates, the biggest international airline in the world, has closed a contract with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of The Bahamas to encourage tourism to the Caribbean Archipelago.

The airline and The Bahamas’ Ministry of Tourism would embark on combining industries to encourage travelers’ traffic into the islands from major markets in the Emirate’s connection.

H.H Sheikh Ahmed Bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Emirates Group Chairman, and Chief Executive stated – “We are satisfied to cooperate with The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of The Bahamas in sustaining its targets to encourage the country’s tourism economy. Through our rapports with United and Air Canada, we look ahead to playing a major part in encouraging The Bahamas as a major relaxation destination. Our worldwide customers from across our connection can experience Emirates’ services out points in North America and advantage from improved connectivity and entry to the islands.”

His Excellency Tony Joudi, Ambassador of The Bahamas to the UAE and the State of Qatar stated – “Thanks to Emirates for playing a part in powering the link between the two nations. Our country’s economy depends heavily on tourism, and by increasing travelers’ arrivals to our tropical island paradise, we expect to get our targets of encouraging the tourism economy and giving impetus to the business environment.”

“Emirates is a provider of international connectivity and connects the East with the West and we look ahead to performing near with the airline to aid us in getting our tourism goals. The economy is huge and would advantage from a further increase in tourism and our nation has formed remarkable acquisitions in infrastructure to house the expected growth in tourism. On behalf of The Bahamas’ government and the citizens, we look ahead to containing a study trip early this year for bloggers and media to enjoy first-hand the finest of our country’s offerings and highlight it as the best tourist spot to their audiences.” 

Spread across 16 prime islands, The Bahamas increases over 100,000 square miles of the clean sea in the world. Pristine beaches and a high blend of relaxation and cultural activities for travelers make The Bahamas one of the very famous tourist spots in the Caribbean, giving a high blend of relaxation and cultural activities for travelers. 

Under the MoU, both parties would partner on combining encouraging campaigns to advantage the airline and encourage tourist comes into The Bahamas, by demonstrating the spot’s attraction to travelers and holiday-makers. The contract would see even marketing activities comprising media and business study trips, in the first quarter of 2023, and the evolvement of customized tour packages, through its tour functioning arm Emirates Holidays, which can be reserved by travelers in the airline’s huge network. Both groups have even agreed to explore prospects to cooperate on combined advertising campaigns to encourage the West Indies Destination. 

Emirates recently flies to 12 points in the US moreover to Toronto. Customers of the Emirates from around its worldwide network can use its services to fly to UA spots, thanks to the partnership between both airlines. Visitors can even fly to The Bahamas through Toronto, with the national carrier of Canada, which activated its codeshare rapport in November. 

While the group of travelers’ traffic to The Bahamas is included visitors from the US and Canada, The Bahamas even allures tourists from other worldwide points in Emirates’ network comprising the UAE, India, Greece, Philippines, China, and Singapore. 

Recently Emirates clients can link to Nassau airport on codeshare flights with Air Canada through Toronto and from key US airports on interline flights with United. Emirates runs an advanced fleet of Boeing 777 and Airbus A380 aircraft to a network of over 130 spots around 6 continents. 

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