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1. Interview with Qatar Tourism Authority
Interview with Qatar Tourism Authority. But with so many other areas of the Middle East also after a slice of the same markets, how does Qatar differ, is Qatar competing with places such as Abu Dhabi and Dubai, what does it have to offer and are there any cultural considerations one should plan for before visiting? We also ask why the Qatar Tourism Authority is at ITB Asia, which A
2. UNWTO Supports Qatars New Tourism Strategy
UNWTO is supporting Qatar to implement its new tourism strategy through collaboration in the areas of legislation, institutional strengthening, statistics, marketing and capacity building. During an official visit to the country, where he met H.E. Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al Thani, Prime Minister of Qatar and attended the launch of Qatars Tourism Strategy, UNWTO Secretary-G
3. Qatar Tourism Authority Partners Qatar Airways for Int. Food Festival
Qatar Tourism Authority (QTA) has partnered with Qatar Airways to launch the fourth edition of the annual food festival in Doha. Renamed Qatar International Food Festival (QIFF) the four-day event will take place at the Museum of Islamic Art Park from 28 31 March 2013.
4. Qatar Tourism Authority Rebrands
Qatar Tourism Authority (QTA) has a new corporate brand and domain name. The move aligns QTAs corporate brand with the Qatar destination brand, launched last November, and unifies the organisations online presence under the single domain name of VisitQatar.qa.
5. Qatar Tourism Authority Opens Mumbai Office
The Qatar Tourism Authority (QTA) has opened a representative office in Mumbai, India. The 11th in a network of offices around the globe, the office is set to tap into one of the fastest-growing outbound tourism markets in the world, second only to China.
6. Qatar Airways and Qatar Tourism Authority Launch Transit Visa Scheme
Qatar Airways and Qatar Tourism Authority (QTA) have launched a new transit visa scheme. Passengers of all nationalities, with layovers of five hours or more at Hamad International Airport, can now request a complimentary transit visa which allows them to enter Qatar for up to 96 hours in between flights.
7. Qatar Tourism expands presence at Arabian Travel Market 2005
Qatar Tourism expands presence at Arabian Travel Market 2005.
8. Qatar Tourism to spend US$2.5 Billion on expansion
Qatar Tourism to spend US$2.5 Billion on expansion.

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