Sky Prime Aviation Services has become the latest aviation company in Saudi Arabia to be awarded a national air operator licence under an ongoing liberalisation of the kingdom's aviation market.
The company, which provides pri
India had the fastest domestic passenger growth in 2015 among the world’s largest domestic markets, a new report has revealed.
With an annual growth of 18.8 per cent (in a market of 80 million domestic passengers), India&rsq
Iraq's oil exports from the southern ports fell in June as domestic consumption rose due to demand for summer cooling, an official at the state-run South Oil Company said on Friday.
Loadings from Iraq's southern oil termin
Dammam-based SaudiGulf Airlines aims to begin operations this year with domestic flights scheduled for September and international flights to Dubai expected to launch by year-end, said a report.
According to a report in
The UAE's Ministry of Interior has started the field stage of the public opinion poll aimed at organising the domestic workers recruitment sector, to develop and improve the services provided to citizens and residents' families.
Greater spending by local residents has offset the impact of falling tourist numbers on Dubai's retail sector, a senior executive at Majid Al Futtaim, owner of one of the city's biggest shopping malls, said on Monday.
Domestic abuse is set to be curbed in Bahrain following the introduction of a new law. His Majesty King Hamad ratified the Family Violence Law yesterday as Law 17 of 2015 for the prevention of and protection from violence within families, said
Indonesia will stop sending new domestic workers to 21 Middle Eastern countries, according to recent reports in the local media.
The ban affects countries including Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Qatar, Bahrain and Egypt, and will come in
Local filmmakers and artists have come together to highlight the plight of domestic workers in Bahrain, specifically housemaids who are often physically abused and not paid.
They have joined an awareness campaign spearheaded by th
Oil producers in Iraqi Kurdistan, including Gulf Keystone Petroleum and Genel, have started ramping up deliveries to the local market at the expense of foreign sales after months of unpaid export bills.