In a letter addressed to Prince Sultan Ibn Salman Ibn Abdulaziz, SCTA President, following his recent visit to Fursan Island, the Kuwaiti Ambassador has expressed his appreciation of the Prince for his prominent and leading roles in the development and modernization of the Kingdom's provinces to become world tourist attractions, in accordance with the directives and the great support provided for the Commission by the Government of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah Ibn Abdulaziz Al Saud, the Crown Prince, and the Second Deputy Premier.
What does WTA stand for?
WTA stands for World Tourist Attractions (observation wheel operator)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
At the time a spokesman for World Tourist Attractions, which owns the wheel, said the company had been planning to remove the French commentary and replace it with facts and figures about Birmingham, but "complex technical diffi-culties" meant it had not been possible.
Max Carlish, planning manager for World Tourist Attractions (WTA), told the planning committee that Centre Square was "a fantastic bit of public space" He said the wheel would enable ordinary members of the public to see the listed buildings - the Town Hall and the Central Library - from a completely different angle.
UK firm World Tourist Attractions has already built landmark big wheels in Manchester and Seville where they have become top tourist attractions.
Those behind the project say it will offer visitors stunning views over the city and World Tourist Attractions hope the wheel will be running in months .
But yesterday John Lowrey, publicity and marketing manager for World Tourist Attractions, who had sub-contracted the ride, suggested a new wheel could be rolled in.
Gateshead Council is in talks with wheel operators World Tourist Attractions to keep the 60 metre structure on its current site between the Baltic and the Sage Gateshead.
Owners World Tourist Attractions (WTA) have made the application to extend the wheel's stay and a decision is expected early next year.