Oman's inbound tourism sees 17% growth with joint ministry efforts
- Oman: Monday, March 12 - 2012 at 11:25
A senior official at the Omani Ministry of Tourism has said that the Sultanate's inbound tourism grew by 14% because of the joint efforts of the ministry, Oman Air and other organisations in tourism sector in the country, Oman Tribune has reported. Her Excellency Maitha Bint Saif Al Mahrouqiyah, Undersecretary at the Tourism Ministry and Chairperson of the delegation taking part at the ITB Berlin has added this year is very special for the tourism sector in the Sultanate as Muscat has been selected as Capital of Arab Tourism. Many events and promotional campaigns are associated with it.
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