An Indigo flight enroute to Dubai from Kozhikode made an emergency landing in Mumbai Thursday morning after a passenger's "unruly behaviour", said a report.
According to a report in The Indian Express, a pas
A Southwest Airlines flight from Indianapolis to Los Angeles was diverted to Kansas City and searched on Sunday after the crew reported suspicious behavior by some passengers, the FBI said.
"The flight crew diverted the fligh
The challenges of the changing consumer best sums up the flavour of day three of the Travel Tech Show at World Travel Market, the largest travel tech event in the UK.
Hoteliers were provided with great insight from Maarten Plesman
Kantar Worldpanel, a leader in gaining insights into consumer and shopper behaviour, has enhanced its panel in Saudi Arabia by 50 per cent.
Geared to provide a robust measurement of shopping behaviour in the kingdom, the ex
Family firms in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) showcase key behaviours that can boost profits by 30 per cent, according to new research from Oxford Strategic Consulting (OSC).
The firms tend to encourage more loyalty, producti
Evolving consumer attitudes and behaviours have forced retail and service businesses to invest in building customer-centric organizations, in order to survive and grow, according to strategy consultancy Management 2000 (M2000).
A new cloud-based software designed to help hotels increase revenue, offer improved room entertainment, track and analyse guests’ buying behaviour has debuted in the Middle East by a Swedish hotel intelligence company.
Growing numbers of Bahraini children are suffering from sleeping problems, eating disorders and aggressive behaviour due to ongoing polarisation of society, according to an expert.
The symptoms of "chronic stress" has affected youngsters,
The unconscious mind is the driver of human action, said a leading learning consultant, adding that whatever is happening in one’s life right now is the result of the unconscious mind.
Carol Talbot, a Dubai-based fire starter, suggests tha
Long-term exposure to a common stress hormone may leave a lasting mark on the genome and influence how genes that control mood and behavior are expressed, a study said.
The study led by Johns Hopkins researchers said that the finding could