Oman Air, the national carrier of the Sultanate, has won a unique award in recognition of the outstanding quality of its First Class and Business Class amenity kits.
The airline was presented with the TravelPlus Readers Award for
Qatar Airways, the national airline of the country, will fit its next generation A350 and A380 fleets with mobile and Internet connectivity from OnAir, a global inflight connectivity services provider.
This comes after the airline
Iran is likely to import over 100,000 tonnes of soyoil from Argentina in October-December 2012 as Iran's purchasing of soybeans, soyoil and soymeal is recovering from the impact of sanctions, said a report.
"Imports of so
Syria is importing significant volumes of grain via Lebanon to work around western sanctions and secure vital supplies, European traders told Reuters.
The trade is not illegal because food imports are not included in sanctions imposed by t
Construction on the first of 12 A380 super jumbos ordered by British Airways has started in the Airbus facility in Hamburg.
“They [the A380s] represent a significant part of a huge investment by British Airways, of GBP5 billion ($7.96 bill
OnAir’s Wi-Fi connectivity will be available across all 21 of Emirates A380 fleet, allowing passengers to access the internet through their smartphones, tablets and laptops while flying.
OnAir’s inflight GSM mobile phone network will be de
Airbus outsold Boeing almost two-to-one in 2011 after gambling on a revamped fuel-efficient jetliner and delivered more jets than its rival for the ninth year running, while admitting it may struggle to keep its order crown this year.
German city of Hamburg, known as the European Green Capital 2011, will soon showcase climate-neutral airplanes will arrive in and depart from the world’s first CO2-free airport.
The miniature Knuffingen Airport, a one-to-one reproduction o
An Omani state-owned fund has told TUI AG in writing that it wants to buy a stake in container liner shipping firm Hapag-Lloyd from the German tourism group, a person familiar with the matter said.
There is no binding agreement yet, though
A flour mill in the United Arab Emirates has purchased 40,000 tonnes of milling wheat from Pakistan in a tender for the same volume, which closed on Tuesday, European traders said on Thursday.
The price was said to be between $345 and $350