Amadeus, a global travel technology leader dedicated to improving the travel experience for everyone with advanced technology solutions for the global travel industry, is pleased to announce the opening of its new office in Dubai. This strategic move aims to further strengthen Amadeus’ commitment to the UAE and, in particular, the burgeoning travel sector in Dubai and the Northern Emirates.
Expressing his excitement, Ernesto Sánchez Beaumont, CEO of Amadeus Gulf, said: “We are excited to celebrate the opening of our new Amadeus Gulf office and are eager to enhance the level of service we provide from this dynamic new location. Dubai is a beacon for attracting tourism and the new office is a state-of-the-art space for clients and visitors who support this growth of this city.”
Next month will mark the 21st anniversary of Amadeus Gulf’s presence in the United Arab Emirates, initially opening its doors in Abu Dhabi. Recognizing the UAE as a hub for some of the busiest airports, Amadeus is committed to complementing Dubai’s rapid growth in the travel sector.
Amadeus’ global achievement supports regional growth, including partners working with the Dubai office. Amadeus remains a leading R&D investor and recently formed an innovative partnership with Microsoft using Azure cloud technology to revolutionize software development cycles and data capabilities. Customers will be able to develop truly compelling solutions on top of Amadeus technologies.
Amadeus in Dubai is also working on the environmental efficiency of its operations and supporting customers on their sustainability journey with the aim of achieving the industry’s goal of being Net Zero 2050.
“At Amadeus we recognize our responsibility to contribute to the fight against climate change. The company has invested in climate technology companies such as Chooose and CAPHENIA and aims to achieve carbon neutrality by 2025 and locally in Dubai we regularly engage in initiatives with partners to support the environment,” Beaumont added.
According to the World Travel and Tourism Council’s 2023 Economic Impact Research, the tourism sector will contribute AED 180.6 billion to the UAE economy by the end of 2023. “At Amadeus, we will continue to support the local industry from our Dubai as we have been doing successfully in the region for the last 21 years. The upgrade of our office will enable even greater collaboration between Amadeus, our customers and our local partners in the UAE,” Beaumont concluded.