Jannah Burj Al Sarab, a five-star luxury hotel in Abu Dhabi, UAE, was recently presented the Golden ‘Welcome Chinese’ certification issued by China Tourism Academy (CTA).
The certification attests the hotel’s complianc
Saudi Arabia's central bank would welcome mergers among local insurance companies as long as they were positive for all parties, central bank governor Fahad Al-Mubarak said on Thursday.
A number of Saudi insurance firms have b
Dubai Internet City, an ICT cluster, and the Dubai Outsource Zone, a freezone dedicated to the outsourcing industry, have welcomed 181 new companies last year.
DIC and DOZ are a part of Tecom Investments and ar
Bahrain Airport Company (BAC) has signed up Marhaba, an industry veteran with more than 20 years experience in Dubai airport, to provide its key “Meet & Assist”services at Bahrain International Airport.
As per deal, Marhaba -
Bahrain's cruise season kicked off on Wednesday with the arrival of German cruise ship, Aida Blu, carrying around 2,400 tourists and 650 crew members, in the port of Hidd.
An official delegation from the Ministry of Culture – Tour
Dubai-based budget carrier Flydubai said its inaugural flight to Kuwait City was received by a VIP delegation from Kuwait, headed by the director general and acting president of Civil Aviation Bader Bou Taiban.
The debut flight touched dow
Abu Dhabi has made elaborate preparations to welcome Costa Deliziosa, one of the most advanced cruise liners afloat, during her maiden call at Mina Zayed in the UAE capital on Monday.
Abu Dhabi Terminals will greet the cruise liner, its 93
The World Health Organization (WHO) has welcomed the consensus decision of the United Nations General Assembly to ban smoking and tobacco sales at UN Headquarters in New York.
'The General Assembly deserves congratulations for protecti
The world’s best loved cruise liner, QE2, will arrive in Dubai at the end of her ultimate voyage on November 26.
Once she arrives in Dubai, the ownership of QE2 will be transferred to Nakheel, said a company official.
Over the comi
The United States would welcome investment from sovereign wealth funds as it grapples with the impact of the global financial crisis on its economy, deputy US treasury secretary Robert Kimmitt said on Tuesday.
Kimmitt is on a five-country