Hundreds of the plane spotters across Glasgow sought the city’s best vantage points to see the Emirates A380 touch down, which marked the airline’s tenth year of operations to the city.
The one-off A380 service signals
With an increase to $144.8 million in 2012 from $142 million in the previous year, the UAE is one of the fastest growing markets for Scottish food, according to the Scottish Development International (SDI).
SDI will be attending G
Prime Minister David Cameron made an emotional appeal on Friday for Scotland to remain part of the United Kingdom, warning Scots a vote for independence would undermine Britain's global clout and imperil its financial and political stability
Islamic Bank of Britain (IBB), a UK-based sharia compliant retail bank, said it has completed its first finance deal in Scotland for Al-Meezan, a non-profit, non-political organisation based in Glasgow.
The deal for commerc
Scotland-based oilfield service company Romar International has entered a two year agreement with Step Oiltools to represent the company in the Middle East.
This agreement follows on from a successful contract already in place wit
Hurricane-force winds disrupted transport and power supplies in Scotland and threatened coastal flooding in England as they closed on northern Europe in what meteorologists said could be one of the most powerful storms to hit the continent in ye
Eight people were killed and 14 seriously injured when a police helicopter crashed into the roof of a packed Glasgow pub, trapping many inside in choking dust and debris, Scottish police said yesterday,
Witnesses said the helicopt
Scotland’s Heriot-Watt University has launched its Ph D programmes in its Dubai campus.
The Ph D programmes will be available from the university’s School of Management and Languages, School of Engineering and Physical
The Middle East region saw the biggest increase in Scottish oil and gas supply chain exports in 2011/2012, which account for $710 million, having risen by 82 per cent since 2010, according to new figures published by SCDI.
Twelve leading Scottish food and drink companies are set to showcase their produce at this year’s Gulfood exhibition, the fifth time that Scotland has attended the event.
Due to burgeoning Scottish food and drink exports to