Abu Dhabi, the capital of United Arab Emirates (UAE), is situated on Arabian Peninsula in the heart of Middle East. The largest emirate in the UAE, Abu Dhabi has emerged as a strategic and global hub for commerce as well as tourism. It is among the world’s richest cities and possesses a strong and stable economy.
Over the years Abu Dhabi has gained reputation for business travel because of several MNCs opening their offices and conducting businesses based out of Abu Dhabi. There are several other factors that make Abu Dhabi a prominent business destination. These factors include benefits of free trade zones, world-class facilities for business tourism, and increased business opportunities because of oil and gas industry.
Abu Dhabi has become a prime destination for corporate looking to host business conferences. This key city in the Middle East has some excellent conference venues to offer. The Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Centre (ADNEC) is the largest conference venue in the city offering 12 meeting halls spanning in 73,000 square meter area. This is the largest venue in the Middle East. Another important venue is the Abu Dhabi International Exhibition Centre (ADIEC). This venue comprises of 11 meeting halls and is spread in 55,000 square meter area.
Among other venues to hold business conferences and events include beach resorts, luxury Bedouin camps, desert resorts and city hotels. Apart from these special event venues include Abu Dhabi Golf Club, Abu Dhabi Country Club, Zayed Sports City Stadium, and Yas Marina and Yacht Club.
Whether you are traveling to Abu Dhabi from the United States or other parts of the world, there are many airlines that offer business class flights to Abu Dhabi at competitive rates. The Abu Dhabi International Airport (AUH) currently handles 53 airlines seamlessly connecting the city to 85 destinations spanning in 49 countries. Major airlines offering flights include Gulf Air, Oman Air, Etihad Airways, Qatar Airways, Virgin Australia, American Airlines, KLM, Air France, Airberlin, Jet Airways, Air New Zealand, Aer Lingus, Air Canada and others.