UAE's Etihad Airways will not be hiring non-operational staff 'until the end of year', said a report citing the airline's president and CEO James Hogan.
The hiring freeze, which was introduced in the first quarter,
The chief executive of struggling carrier Air Berlin is optimistic for an improvement in earnings this year after yields and profits increased in the third quarter.
"We continue to be optimistic that we will achieve a year-on-year
Ibdar Bank, a Bahrain-based Islamic investment bank, has announced the first dividend yield from a $100 million lease agreement with Ethiopian Airlines.
The 12-year agreement expiring in 2026 is for acquiring four new Bombardier Q
Dubai's Majid Al Futtaim will price its $500 million hybrid bond at a yield of 7.125 per cent, the tight end of guidance, bankers on the deal said on Wednesday, adding that final books had topped $4.1 billion.
Earlier in the d
The International Air Transport Association (Iata) expects airlines to post a global profit of $2.5 billion in 2010, a major improvement compared with Iata’s previous forecast released in March of a $2.8 billion loss.
Industry revenues ar
Egypt expects to grow about 8 million tonnes of wheat this year, the state news agency Mena said on Saturday, quoting agriculture minister Amin Abaza.
The harvest would compare to 7.39 million tonnes in the 2007 season. Abaza said fa