The German National Tourist Board (GNTB) will participate at ATM 2005 together with Lufthansa Airlines.
The stall measures 130 sq m and includes the support of 11 other German partners such as 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany, famous tourist cities and healthcare centres within Germany.
Heike Murad, GCC manager states, GNTB, said, “This is the 12th participation of GNTB in the ATM 2005 and we are proud to join hands with Lufthansa Airlines and our other German partners to enhance the positive image of Germany as a travel destination and to increase the volume of tourist traffic to and within Germany. We feel there is enormous potential and growth to promote the German tourism industry in this region. We have taken steps ahead and recently established our new office in Dubai, where for the first time the GNTB is present in the Middle East. It’s a great pleasure to have this challenge of promoting Germany out of a region which is itself highly promoted all over the world.”
“Lufthansa as Germany’s national carrier is proud to join hands with the newly-established GNTB office in Dubai,” said Uwe Wriedt, general manager, passenger sales, UAE, and director, Gulf and Pakistan. “During the ATM, Lufthansa and GNTB will show its presence thus striving to demonstrate to the public the touristic strengths of Germany. Lufthansa together with its regional partners does fly to all major and regional German airports, thus providing the densest network within Germany.”
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