Malaysia Airlines re-routed a Kuala Lumpur-to-London flight over Syrian airspace on Sunday after its usual route over Ukraine was closed, flight tracking data showed on Monday.
Flightradar24 posted a flight map on its Twitter account on Monday showing the change in the flight'
Hilton Abu Dhabi, an Abu Dhabi National Hotel property, has launched an eco-friendly beach reclamation project, which will restore and extend the hotel’s Hiltonia Beach Club beachfron on the Abu Dhabi Corniche.
There is no going back on an alcohol ban imposed on three-star hotels in Bahrain, Culture Minister Shaikha Mai bint Mohammed Al Khalifa reiterated yesterday.
She rejected fears voiced that the decision will affect tourism
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The Culture Ministry has signed an agreement with 11 five-star and 18 four-star hotels as part of a
The head of one of the world's largest airlines has called for an international meeting of carriers to agree a response to the downing of a Malaysian airliner, including a potential rethink of the threats posed by regional conflicts.
Tim Clark, president of Dubai's Emirat
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Flights have resumed from two small airports in Libya triggering a rush of Libyans and expatriates trying to leave the country on Saturday after fighting closed the main international airport a week earlier.
Local carriers have resumed flights to neighbouring countries from Tripo
After getting a drubbing on social media for making statements deemed "insensitive" after the downing of flight MH17, Singapore Airlines (SIA) has issued a public apology and expressed solidarity with families affected by the air tragedy.
Hours after the Malaysia Airlin
Malaysia Airlines may need to convince judges from several countries that it was not negligent to send a plane over war-torn eastern Ukraine if the airline hopes to avoid an outsize legal exposure for the downing of Flight MH17, aviation lawyers said.
The lawyers told Reuters the