3 Jordanians among Travel and Tourism Leaders in Middle East in 2023

[10-09-2023 01:20 PM]

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The tourism sector globally recovered 63% of pre-pandemic levels in 2022, with the Middle East recovering 83% of its pre-pandemic visitor numbers, according to a report by the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO).

The World Travel and Tourism Council expects Saudi Arabia’s travel and tourism market to become the fastest-growing in the Middle East, forecasting it to grow at an average of 11% annually over the next decade.

Forbes' 2023 list includes the most influential leaders in the region’s travel and tourism industry, hospitality companies and hotels and resorts dominate with 59 entries, followed by aviation (airlines and airports) with 31 entries.

This year, there are also eight entries from tourism authorities. Leaders from over 33 nationalities feature on the list, with Emiratis leading with 16 entries, followed by 12 Saudis, 10 British nationals, and 3 Jordanians.

The following are the Jordanian travel and tourism leaders in 2023:

*Samer Majali: Vice Chairman and CEO of Royal Jordanian Airlines- ranked 55th


*Ahmad Abu Ghazaleh: CEO and Vice Chairman of the International Wings Group (IWG) and Chairman of the Abdali Hospital- ranked 79th

*Nadim Yousef Muasher: Chairman of the Arab International Hotels Company (AIHO)- ranked 97th

Forbes Middle East

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